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ROAD TO REBELLION By George Hamilton, a Review by Joan Adamak

Historical Fiction at its best

This is an excellent historical novel set in 18th century relative to the island of Jamaica in the West Indies and vast sugar plantations owned by British and tended to by black slaves under most severe conditions.  433 more words

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Ian Fraser's "Desert Highland Discs"

  1. Canadian Pacific – George Hamilton
  2. Sunshine of your love – Cream
  3. Time in a bottle – Jim Croce
  4. Sultans of Swing – Dire Straits
  5. If you could read my mind – Gordon Lightfoot…
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August 2014

What's In A Name?

How cool is the city of Hamilton?

On this, the 3rd long “summertime” weekend, the seeming throw in, the after-thought, the wouldn’t-it-be-nice-to-have-one-in-August-too, the holiday Monday with such little historical basis that most of us just refer to it as that ‘civic holiday’, Ontario’s Steeltown, Ti-Cat city, ol’ yeller-and-black, rather tongue-in-cheekily called today ‘George Hamilton Day’. 471 more words

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The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing

A curious title, a great cowboy and a romance in this month’s It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad Movie Challenge 839 more words

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