More chameleons should wear party hats.
I see the station research department has come up with two file images. But neither are correct. A blizzard is the existential nullification of the external world.
We are supposed to have a barbie, and then eat lamingtons.
I have read one ot two of those.
And dubious sausages.
But I’d like to put in a good word for Marcus Didius Falco and his daughter Flavia Albia. I’m not keen on Saylor’s books, because it seems to me that he populates Ancient Rome with marble statues who speak in Ciceronian periods. Lindsey Davis presents Romans as being the same sort of people as you’d find in other big cities, in London, Tokyo, or Moscow. Grumpy husbands, nagging wives, troublesome children, crooks, con men, killers, shifty antique dealers, unreliable tradesmen, public officials of varying levels of indolence, incompetence, and corruption, and vague, idiotic, and generally annoying members of the public who are totally useless as witnesses. Normal life.
I’ve seen the name Nancy Drew, but I don’t know anything about her.
Sherlock Holmes, Sam Spade, and Philip Marlowe set the standard.
The trick to it is “don’t die”.