A Hobbit movie set signpost indicating
the direction of East and West Farthing
and maybe the Tuck shop.
Generally signposts indicate two or three
directions to travel and are not as
busy at the tourist destination
signposts such as this one in York.
However, these tourist signposts
make it easier for weary travellers
to find their destination
in a new town or city.
A square and statue in…
Taji’s way of saying thanks…
…a good solid tail wag.
…because I generally don’t point my
camera at people.
I have managed to find suitable background
and bright colours…..
…along with some long range surfing brights.
Perhaps my favourite surfing shot
(Crimson Lake #2)
Redemption Point is the second of the Crimson Lake series, by Candice Fox. Former Detective, Ted (accused of assaulting a thirteen year old girl) and Amanda, Cairns resident and convicted murderer (and now private investigator) joined forces in book one of the series, to solve vases in Cairns where Ted had fled to after his charges were put on hold..
Along with local murders and trying to clear his name (for the alleged assault in Sydney) Ted is again kept busy during this fast paced book. The introduction of paedophile, Kevin is almost too disturbing for words.
Again, narrator Lani Tupu is an excellent choice of narrator. As mentioned in my Crimson Lake review his vocal range captures everyone to perfection especially the voice of the paedophile. Just plain creepy!
I have rated
can be purchased on-line at
Booktopia, Fishpond and Amazon
At the time of writing my review,
other Goodreads readers
an average of 4.17 stars
from 2,508 ratings
and 495 reviews.
My first and probably late
Friendly Friday Challenge…
He was a very practical and pragmatic man who went to work each weekday morning. She was a very spiritual, religious woman who went to church service every weekday morning. On Sunday mornings, he would go play a round of golf. On Sunday mornings, she would go to Sunday church service.
This Sunday, when he had returned from his round of golf and she had returned from her church service, they were each dressing for that day’s traditional Sunday evening family dinner.
When he was almost finished dressing, he sighed and said aloud, “Oh God, I have a hole in my sole.”
Having heard what he said, she came up to him, sympathetically put her arm around his shoulder, and said, “My love, do not worry. Together we will get through this. Finish dressing, and meet me out front. I will take you to get your soul fixed.”
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