Sanem Erdem Erdem itibaren Port Lions, Alaska, Birleşik Devletler
Bu hikaye sizi kapıyor, kısıyor, gerçekten çok acıtıyor, ama sonunda şaşırtıcı. Bir ailenin harabesini takip eder. Sevgiyle başlar, ama böyle bitmez.
I liked the first Corinna Chapman mystery that I read (and wouldn't you know it, it was the most recent one) so much I went and got all the previous ones (except for "Trick or Treat" because they were out of it) and sat down and read them one after the other--in the proper order of course. I was not disappointed. I still like Corinna Chapman and the cast of characters inhabiting the Insula building. The name of Corinna's bakery "Earthly Delights" comes from the work by artist Hieronymus Bosch titled "The Garden of Earthly Delights". It is well worth a virtual trip to Wikipedia to see the Triptych and to make it even easier here is the link to it: http://bit.ly/cIwE3k. I have looked at it several times and still find it kind of eerily freaky with so much going on that I plan on revisiting it many more times. Thanks Ms Greenwood for introducing me to a new piece of work. For quite some time now I have been reflecting upon the concept of "civility" (it is an underpinning of Open Source Economic Development and Strategic Doing) and the role it has to play in societal development. In Earthly Delight, Daniel reflects upon the reason why groups such as The society for Creative Anachronism are created. He points out "I don't think it matters what fantasy it is. As long as it is a courteous, creative intelligent fantasy." (pg 180). BING went my brain when I read this...ties into the whole civility cloud going on in my head. I loved it when Corinna asked sarcastically "so there aren't any bad Trekkies? ...Ones that die young and fester instead of live long and propser?"