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New Arcadians: Rising British Isles Architects

New Arcadians: Rising Uk Architects by Lucy Bullivant
Young architects in the Uk are creating a identify for them selves, not just because of the structures they design and style, but also due to the fact of the ethos they share – one particular that embraces issue for the atmosphere and t… http://goo.gl/qRVxYX

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Rizzoli and Isles

Enormous apologies to Tess (can I call her Tess if I’m a huge fan?). I finished the series ages ago and never blogged about it. Seriously how could that possibly happen?? 93 more words

British Towns by Oliver Benn

British Towns by Oliver Benn lands on the shelves of my shop.

London: Bouverie House, 1999, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Illustrated by way of: Colour Photographs; 327 more words

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My Month on St Agnes

Here are a few sights from my recent trip to St Agnes in the Scilly Isles. It’s my first attempt at proper video editing so its no award winner but I was pretty happy with the overall quality of film and control I had over the clips and sound. 38 more words

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Favourite Reads : The Sinner by Tess Gerritsen

The Sinner is officially listed as the third Rizzoli & Isles book, despite Maura Isles not making an appearance in the first book. Written by Tess Gerritsen, these books are set in modern-day Boston and are crime novels, with the crime solving by Rizzoli having almost equal weight with the medical analysis performed by Isles. 667 more words

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Rizzoli and Isles, Tess Gerritsen

Rizzoli and Isles, my new besties, my BFFs, my buddies – and who knew it was a television series?

Tess Gerritsen. What can I say. Last week I dipped my toes into the first Rizzoli and Isles book and this week, yes, seven days later, I am almost finished the sixth book in the series. 124 more words