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Why I’m not changing my Privacy Policy

We’ve been inundated, haven’t we? The world, her wife, rabbit and pet spider all wanting to know if they may

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My Memoir by Watson – Chapter 6

You’re very lucky to be getting another chapter. I’ve had a Big Adventure!  We were doing a spot of shopping

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My Memoir by Watson – Chapter 5

  I’ve got man flu. Proper poorly, I am. Dire. I cough till I honk and then spit up. Which

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Pure by Andrew Miller

  If you’re in the mood to read but are having difficulty settling into a book that piques your interest,

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Pure by Andrew Miller

  If you’re in the mood to read but are having difficulty settling into a book that piques your interest,

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Agent to the Stars

  Whenever I’m recommended a darn good yarn by a reliable source, I add it to a special to be

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Carrying Albert Home/Med Albert i Baksätet

  Anyone who enjoyed Forrest Gump is going to relish this unlikely romp by American writer, Homer Hickam. As tall

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The Invisible Wall

Some books leave an indelible mark on the soul. The Invisible Wall by British-born Harry Bernstein is one of them.

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