December Books 8) The Crying of Lot 49

8) The Crying of Lot 49, by Thomas Pynchon

Woman discovers she has been made the executor of her ex-husband’s will, and is sucked into a bewildering world of conspiracies around subversive alternative postal systems. Reminded me a bit of Neal Stephenson’s Cryptonomicon and associated books, which presumably drew some inspiration from this source. But it didn’t really grab me. At least it was short.

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  1. then yes, the charge over the property stands. Next step is your solicitor to seek redress and the law society or equivalent thereafter.

    This is a very rare occurence indeed. One of the reasons it can take forever to get keys on exchange day is these ts are being crossed. Funds should go directly to lender to repay the loan bypassing any personal accounts held.

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