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Jingo by Terry Pratchett
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Jan 16, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2011, british, humor, fantasy, crime-mystery, pratchett
Read from January 07 to 16, 2011

Sir Samuel Vimes is on watch again, though this time he's serving up some international law... An island has been discovered between Ankh-Morpork and Klatch, and the only way to settle ownership is through careful deceit and cunning, and of course, war. A Klatchian official has been shot by an arrow while in Ankh-Morpork, pushing the two countries to war, and Vimes can only try to stop it all from happening by doing what he does best: find and arrest the man who committed the crime.

I really wouldn't mind if the rest of the Discwold series consisted entirely of books about the Watch. There was a videogame released some time ago called "Discworld Noir"; I need to find it. Discworld + Crime Novel = what else do you need?

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01/13/2011 ""When men see nothing but bottomless infinity over their heads they have always had a driving and desperate urge to find someone to put in the way.""

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