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The SLA: A story told primarily by men

The SLA story has been a story told primarily through men. The definitive book about the SLA, Voices of Guns, was written by Vin McLellan and Paul Avery. 555 more words

Camilla Hall

Weekly Wrap Up (January 7)

Well welcome to 2018, I hope the start has been a good one for you all. Sadly I had to leave the New Year celebrations due to feeling ill and have been cycling through all the lovely symptoms ever since, including intense dizziness which curtailed my reading for a couple of days – I mean what’s the point of being ill if you can’t even read? 1,478 more words

Weekly Posts

A Good Day to Marry a Duke (Sin and Sensibility #1) by Betina Krahn

I received a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Since her disastrous debut in New York, Daisy Bumgarten travels to London hoping to marry well. 237 more words

Historical Romance Book Review

Keep Calm and Read This: Wild Lily by Cerise DeLand

I’m so excited to welcome Cerise DeLand this week (and I’m doing no small amount of fangirling because this is the author who introduced the… 986 more words

Keep Calm And Read This!

The American Heiress by Daisy Goodwin

I spotted this book in a local shop and picked it up to read the jacket. It was a pretty cover, and the story sounded like something right down my alley- historical nonfiction romance, and even one review stated that it was reminiscent of… 599 more words

Book Review

Can mental health professionals distinguish between washed and unwashed brains? The case of Patty Hearst revisited

Can mental health professionals serve as expert witnesses in determining whether those accused of serious crimes have washed or unwashed brains?

Can mental health professionals ethically deprogram young adults whose parents kidnap them away from political or religious groups they have joined? 2,216 more words

The American Heiress by: Daisy Goodwin

I picked this one up on impulse right after I won my copy of Victoria. I saw that it was the same author but a different time period so I thought it would be a nice way to get a sense of Goodwin’s work. 676 more words