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Norman Ohler: Blitzed

This accessible history book is a good present for anyone who likes modern history but doesn’t want a heavy read.

Ohler is a novelist and the book reads like a novel, but he’s done his research; Ian Kershaw, a world-leading authority on Hitler and Nazi Germany, has described it as “a serious piece of scholarship”. 525 more words

morphine's new look! (+signed to KiTELA Records)

morphine was signed to KiTELA Records on December 9th and has a new look!

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London police warn public after two drug seizures yield deadly carfentanil

The London Police Service issued an alert to the public on Wednesday after two drug samples seized in the city tested positive for a drug one hundred times more powerful than fentanyl and 10,000 times more powerful than morphine. 247 more words



Morphine was an extremely complex molecule by nineteenth-century standards, and identifying its structure posed a huge challenge to chemists. By 1881, the functional groups on morphine had been identified, but it took many more years to establish the full structure. 86 more words


And so it returns

Things are going downhill rapidly.

For whatever reason my GP surgery decided to only issue one of my drugs when I put in a request for repeats. 249 more words

Pandora's Lab Cont. (Chapter 1, Part 1)

So, I’ve read quite a bit more into the book. Here are some things that jumped out at me when I read:

  • “Of pain you could wish only one thing: that it should stop.
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Care of the Burn Patient

Linda Asks:

In my middle grade novel my main character’s dad was a fireman in NY.
He was present during the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings. 215 more words

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