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Invisible’s got an excellent, tense plot, shifting between the two main characters, with a good number of surprises along the way. Poulson always has great, strong women characters, with real lives and feelings . . .  I liked the fact that the depictions of violence and injury were realistic without being over-detailed or gloating . . . It was a pleasure to find a book that did the excitement, the jeopardy and the thrills without putting off this reader . . .  a very good read for anyone.’

- CLOTHES IN BOOKS

So touched by all the tributes and kind messages and emails

after the death of my husband, Peter Blundell Jones. Thank you to everyone.

On the day of his funeral the blinds were drawn in the windows of the Architecture Department in the Arts Tower: a wonderful tribute.

This obituary by Jeremy Till for the Architect’s Journal sums him up so well: www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/obituary-peter-blundell-jones-1949-2016/10010072.article#.V78Wi9pRaOw.twitter

4 Comments

  1. Martin Edwards
    September 3, 2016

    A marvellous and moving obituary, Christine.

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    • Christine Poulson
      September 3, 2016

      Yes, it brings tears to my eyes when I read it. It helps to know that others loved and admired him.

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  2. Mrs P.
    September 23, 2016

    I’ve only just seen this very sad news, Christine. I’m so very sorry for your loss. My sincere condolences to you and your family. With love, Kat (Mrs Peabody)

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    • Christine Poulson
      September 23, 2016

      Thank you so much, Kat. As it happens, Peter wrote ground-breaking books on two twentieth century German architects, Haring and Sharoun, and was very interested in German culture.You would have had things to talk about, had you ever met.

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