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Rather than hire different writers to introduce each anonymously chosen title in the series, Atlantic have wisely chosen to have the series curated by Robert Giddings, literary critic and professor of communication at Bournemouth. (You don’t usually see the word “curated” used in conjunction with anthologies or series of books in the UK, but in Italian it’s used all the time, and makes a lot of sense.) Giddings’ “case notes” at the end of each title are informative, and help to give a sense of unity to the series as a whole.

It’s an enticing start: The Collegians , an eighteenth century Irish crime story, offers something obscure, while the inclusion of Bleak House was an interesting choice. The series wouldn’t have felt quite right without The Man Who Was Thursday , while Bulldog Drummond and Raffles are both must-reads for anybody with a passing interest in the genre… and thank god for Atlantic, because I haven’t read either of them.

The Case Notes that Giddings provides are generally concise and informative, considering the context of the book within both the genre and the period. The fact that they’ve been printed at the end, where they belong, is indicative of the attention to detail that’s gone into the series as a whole.

Rather than hire different writers to introduce each anonymously chosen title in the series, Atlantic have wisely chosen to have the series curated by Robert Giddings, literary critic and professor of communication at Bournemouth. (You don’t usually see the word “curated” used in conjunction with anthologies or series of books in the UK, but in Italian it’s used all the time, and makes a lot of sense.) Giddings’ “case notes” at the end of each title are informative, and help to give a sense of unity to the series as a whole.

It’s an enticing start: The Collegians , an eighteenth century Irish crime story, offers something obscure, while the inclusion of Bleak House was an interesting choice. The series wouldn’t have felt quite right without The Man Who Was Thursday , while Bulldog Drummond and Raffles are both must-reads for anybody with a passing interest in the genre… and thank god for Atlantic, because I haven’t read either of them.

The Case Notes that Giddings provides are generally concise and informative, considering the context of the book within both the genre and the period. The fact that they’ve been printed at the end, where they belong, is indicative of the attention to detail that’s gone into the series as a whole.

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The Atlantic Dover Xcel team travelled to Brattleboro, VT this past weekend to compete in the Hip Hop Classic meet hosted by Woodman Athletics. This meet boasted teams from Vermont, New Hampshire, and Connecticut with girls competing from Friday through Sunday. The Dover Xcel team has been training hard and it sure paid off in Vermont.

Rather than hire different writers to introduce each anonymously chosen title in the series, Atlantic have wisely chosen to have the series curated by Robert Giddings, literary critic and professor of communication at Bournemouth. (You don’t usually see the word “curated” used in conjunction with anthologies or series of books in the UK, but in Italian it’s used all the time, and makes a lot of sense.) Giddings’ “case notes” at the end of each title are informative, and help to give a sense of unity to the series as a whole.

It’s an enticing start: The Collegians , an eighteenth century Irish crime story, offers something obscure, while the inclusion of Bleak House was an interesting choice. The series wouldn’t have felt quite right without The Man Who Was Thursday , while Bulldog Drummond and Raffles are both must-reads for anybody with a passing interest in the genre… and thank god for Atlantic, because I haven’t read either of them.

The Case Notes that Giddings provides are generally concise and informative, considering the context of the book within both the genre and the period. The fact that they’ve been printed at the end, where they belong, is indicative of the attention to detail that’s gone into the series as a whole.

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Rather than hire different writers to introduce each anonymously chosen title in the series, Atlantic have wisely chosen to have the series curated by Robert Giddings, literary critic and professor of communication at Bournemouth. (You don’t usually see the word “curated” used in conjunction with anthologies or series of books in the UK, but in Italian it’s used all the time, and makes a lot of sense.) Giddings’ “case notes” at the end of each title are informative, and help to give a sense of unity to the series as a whole.

It’s an enticing start: The Collegians , an eighteenth century Irish crime story, offers something obscure, while the inclusion of Bleak House was an interesting choice. The series wouldn’t have felt quite right without The Man Who Was Thursday , while Bulldog Drummond and Raffles are both must-reads for anybody with a passing interest in the genre… and thank god for Atlantic, because I haven’t read either of them.

The Case Notes that Giddings provides are generally concise and informative, considering the context of the book within both the genre and the period. The fact that they’ve been printed at the end, where they belong, is indicative of the attention to detail that’s gone into the series as a whole.

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Various's ATLANTIC CLASSICS for your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile.
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