Tag Archives: satire

This guy named Niels Saunders

Two things lured me into reading the complete works  – that’s three books so far – of Mr. Niels Saunders: One, a friend gushing over them (and she’s usually not one to gush), two, a brief, curious look at his … Continue reading

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Presidents, Satire, and Gay Cake

Just some random thoughts, and in no particular order, either. Probably putting both my big feet in my big mouth, but what the hell. Let’s start with politics. As opposed to, say, those in the US, the presidential elections in Austria … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Cold Day in Hell, by Mark Cain

I wanted to read this one while on vacation, but couldn’t resist starting a few days ahead already, then couldn’t resist reading on, and before I knew it, had it finished and still wasn’t on vacation. You know how these … Continue reading

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My Summer Reading List

Vacation time! Soon enough, I’ll follow Billy Joel’s advice, take the phone off the hook and disappear for a while, because, you know, Vienna waits for you. The fact that I’ll have the kids along notwithstanding, I do have high … Continue reading

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