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The English Girl by Daniel Silva

Madeliene Hart is a rising star in London politics. Well educated and politically savvy, she soons finds herself working as an aide to the prime minister. 549 more words

Book Review

G is for . . .

Gabriel Allon.

Okay, first of all, Gabriel Allon isn’t necessarily an artist.  He’s a master art restorer.

And secondly, well, Gabriel Allon isn’t actually a real person either… 598 more words

Searching for Books in Shan State

I had extended my stay in Shan State’s Nyaungshwe for an extra two days in order to attend a pagoda festival in Hat Ein village. The festival was being held on a full moon day, which I was told, would guarantee a most festive festival. 620 more words


A Look Inside My Guilty Pleasure

Spy novels.  That’s my vice, my guilty pleasure.

My younger brother, from whom I never take advice, told me once that guilty pleasures are stupid.  If something’s a pleasure, you should not feel guilty. 1,094 more words


Jennifer suggested Daniel Silva and I am hooked.

Jennifer from A Little Fluff suggested that I might like to read some of Daniel Silva’s novels and so I took up her suggestion and started with The Mark of the Assassin.   290 more words


Books read in 2014 Q1

Time flies! The first quarter of 2014 is behind us already. I am glad finally there is no snow on the ground, but the pollen in the air is causing some discomfort.  191 more words


The English Girl

I have seen Daniel Silva’s books all over the place, so when I saw this novel at the library, I thought I would give it a shock.   68 more words