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Susan Hill - The Soul of Discretion (Serrailler 8)

Just when I thought the Serrailler series might be running out of steam…….

Susan Hill was a fabulous and thoughtful writer of complex and often dark psychology long before she embarked on the crime genre… 807 more words

Book Review

THE WOMAN IN BLACK. 1989. DIRECTED BY HERBERT WISE. STARRING ADRIAN RAWLINS, BERNARD HEPTON, DAVID DAKER AND PAULINE MORAN. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. ©

THE WOMAN IN BLACK. 1989. DIRECTED BY HERBERT WISE. STARRING ADRIAN RAWLINS, BERNARD HEPTON, DAVID DAKER AND PAULINE MORAN. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. ©

Based on the hugely successful novel by Susan Hill, this is the story of young solicitor Arthur Kidd, a family man with two young children, and some creepy shenanigans with a vengeful ghost. 662 more words

10 Must-Dos Before Buying a Home

Technology has made searching for your dream home super easy!  All you have to do is turn on your computer, type in a few key search terms and within seconds you’ve got dozens of listings to look at from the privacy of your own kitchen table.  491 more words

Review: The Woman in Black, Susan Hill

What’s a reader to do when a ghost story is the embodiment of “The Ghost Story”? If it ticks off every requirement–old, isolated house; sullen villagers; gloomy weather–does that make it “the best” ghost story? 907 more words

Book Reviews

A Breach of Security: A Short Story by Susan Hill

This is a well written short story featuring Simon Serrailler.  He is living in his sister Cat’s house and looking after Sam, one of her sons, and enjoying some off duty time when there is an attack my a far right organisation on a Gay Pride parade in Lafferton.  55 more words

Strange Meeting by Susan Hill

Strange Meeting by Susan Hill
RNIB Catalogue Number: 20226Duration: 6 hours 16 minutes
Narrator: John Banks

The book …

In a useful authorial afterword Hill tells us that she receives requests to write introductions to books on the First World War at least once a week.  373 more words

RNIB Talking Books

Progress

29 July 2014

Only a week into my challenge I realised my goals might be too ambitious – I prefer writing when I have something to say. 400 more words