Author Archives: Irene Sauman

About Irene Sauman

Writer of cozy mysteries, historian, tennis fan, awesome croquet player, gardener with a reasonably green thumb. Favourite authors: Jane Austen, AnthonyTrollope, Dorothy Sayers, Agatha Christie, Ngaio Marsh, M.C.Beaton.

Experiencing other places – Colin Cotterill’s Laos

I am not a reader who enjoys thrillers or horror or stories of violent crimes that show the violence. One can see that from what I write – cozy mysteries. I find stories of serial killers boring because I’m not … Continue reading

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A fine romance

Dorothy Sayers wrote her Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries in the 1920s and 1930s. In 1931, in the title Strong Poison, she introduced his love interest Harriet Vane, writer of crime novels. Harriet was at the time on trial for the … Continue reading

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