Adj. parallel; equivalent
V. to communicate by letter
Bookmarked by sally_maria
07 Jul 2021
Music has always been the centre of Merlin’s reality, and the idea of silence is unimaginable. But when Camelot is deafening, Arthur is distracting and the dragon is utterly unhelpful, will his gift turn out to be a blessing or a curse?
In which Merlin needs a pretend boyfriend, Arthur can’t say no, and Gwaine laughs at them both.
The Romans have strange ideas about poetry. Fortunately, Esca is not a Roman.
"How's a woman supposed to prove her husband's a murderer, dammit?"
On the eve of a planned voyage to Brittany, Marjorie Jameson starts her day with no problems more pressing than forcing a boatyard to do an emergency repair to the family yacht. A chance encounter at the Cowes hi-speed ferry terminal begins to unravel a web of conspiracy and murder, with her charming, untrustworthy husband Julian right at the centre and Marjorie as the next intended victim.
But no-one's going to trust the word of an aging housewife whose complaints of abuse the police have previously dismissed as delusions.