Things happened, and no work was done of The Dry Salvages yesterday, or on anything else, for that matter. Hopefully, we'll finish the read-through today.
I did find a new and positive, though very brief, review of Murder of Angels, written by Don D'Ammassa, in the August 2004 Chronicle, :
Caitlín Kiernan's latest is a markedly strange novel. Two women were seriously affected by a strange experience in a deserted house, leaving one dependent upon drugs and driven to extremes to avoid facing her past, the other battling to retain her sanity despite the ministrations of various psychologists. Inevitably they are unable to escape the after effects forever, which involve communication with the dead, a strange alternate reality with some analogies to our world, and a mystical threat that could effect more than just the two of them. As usual, Kiernan's intricate prose and vividly described insights into human psychology are the centerpiece in this, her most effective novel to date.
I actually bought the magazine, though, as I've said, I've tried to stop doing that. There's also an announcement of Daughter of Hounds of page 19, which is a little unnerving, as I've not even begun the book yet.