RARA-AVIS: Australian mystery issue

From: Naomi Hoida ( hoida@tokyo.se.fujitsu.co.jp)
Date: 30 Mar 2001

Before I posted about Australian mystery and got some helpful responses. Thank you for the kind advices.

I received the latest issue of Hayakawa Mystery Magazine three days ago. The magazine featured some short stories by Australian writers, and some essays and news about Australian mystery.

I do not read the short stories yet, because I was busy to read some mystery novels and write the reviews for my regular column. VIRGIN HEAT by Laurence Shames was the most fun which I read in that time.

But I read the essay by David Honeybone as soon as I received the magazine. It is written excellently and I could grasp the overview and the short history clearly. Australian mystery become close to me.

Naomi Hoida (Computer Salon) 1-20-10, Fujitsu Oimachi Bldg. B-1F, Oi Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0014 JAPAN phone: +81-3-3778-8122, (7052-4347) fax: +81-3-3778-8304, (7052-5894) e-mail: SDI00498@nifty.ne.jp hoida@tokyo.se.fujitsu.co.jp Web Page http://www.fujitsu.co.jp/hypertext/solution/ss2/salon/psalont.html

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