Pointy end of the thesis is upon me. I am getting it done. I'd possibly be getting it done marginally quicker if it weren't for Mick Herron's "Jackson Lamb" thrillers. I stumbled on the first, Slow Horses in a charity shop in Glossop (as you do). The conceit looked amusing - what if MI5 had... Continue Reading →
Collegiality v bureaucracy v palm trees and Stamford Raffles. And Instagram.
It's been a while since I posted, because I have been a) thesising b) writing a book chapter (intimately related to a) above)) Still, this and a book I just read (see next post) deserve recording for posterity (or at least until the electricity systems collapse). My friend Mark Carrigan (top bloke, btw) has just... Continue Reading →