"The formerly wet bag of socks... has become crusty," tweeted a reporter who thrice spotted the socks.
And the BBC is on it, bless its heart.
And authorities want to know why.
Even after bringing it to shore, people have no idea what it is.
It is a VERY good crime story.
"It looked like something straight out of 'Thriller,'" a witness said.
Even the woman in the photo was confused.
The peace of mind that washes over readers in a bow-tied Christie denouement is comforting to all, but especially to women.
Carr writes with a style full of depth and description. He never uses one sentence when there is room for two...Every character
This is one of those "sort of" rules, in the sense that, yes, historical fiction, by definition, sets a story in the past