My crafty creation this time is a new baby tri-fold angled card. This did not work out very well, and I am not sure about the colours, but I wanted it to be bright rather than pastels and to be unisex.
This card was made for the following challenges:
MIM New Beginnings
crafty catz - #260 Anything Goes
catch the bug Anything Goes
creative card crew For a child
card mania #64 Make it sparkle (mirri card, gems and peel offs)
creative moments 59 New beginnings
glitternsparkle Anything Goes
love to create #148 Anything Goes
simon says monday challenge Make new friends (pram die) but keep the old (patterned paper, peel-offs)
SOS Happy NEW year
Naked to the Hangman by Andrew Taylor
This book is based around a detective from Lydmouth, in the UK. Just as DI Thornhill’s ex-comrade from his time in Palestine reappears on the scene with a warning for him, he is forced into taking some annual leave. When this man is found dead, Thornhill briefly comes under suspicion, due to his need to know what is happening on the case. He cannot come forward with his information as he would incriminate himself in a Palestinian crime. Gradually, through brief chapters, the reader finds out what happened in Palestine, and why Thornhill is under threat of death.
However, as all this is occurring there is also an upcoming charity dance and something is going on with Miss Buckholt, who shares a house with the dance teacher, who is acting very strange. To complicate matters more, a young girl who is new to the area is also a source of trouble, though not intentionally. Both of these people can be placed at the scene of the crime, but the police have to find out what they were doing and who the mystery dead man is, without Thornhills help.
A very good suspense book. Well written and well read, with a very interesting ending.
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