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Reading roundup 11/11/20

I read two very different books this week. The first was a non-fiction account of the complex investigations into a series of rapes and assaults in the USA; the second was the third book in a crime series that I … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 06/05/20

This week, I took a diversion from my usual reading – Science Fiction, Fantasy, Thrillers, Mysteries etc. – and read something very different. This book has also made me come to a difficult decision. As a former Librarian, I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 25/03/20

Books are such a solace in so many situations, and they are even more of a comfort to me at the moment. The ability to lose oneself in a book is so valuable and I am lucky to have had … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 15/01/20

Well, I have only finished one book this week. My concentration issues have been pretty bad and I have also had problems with memory. My review will explain why. The book was Three Women by Lisa Taddeo. Here is the … Continue reading

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