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Burial Rites by Hannah Kent

After I read The Good People, I knew I wanted to find more books by this author and read them. Burial Rites was actually the author’s debut novel, and it is based on a true event. 465 more words

Historical Fiction

My mornings go like this - life in the French countryside......

…..With five cats, two without teeth!! And two mad Welshies…….

Monday: Get woken up by Wiglet the Welshie barking at the neighbours car that she hears every morning, but, for some reason thinks that they are going to kill us so she has to warn us all and wake us up!! 1,367 more words

The Continuing Adventure




It caresses


It seduces

Lust contorts


Sways and shifts






It whispers

I can set you free… 29 more words


Mrs Maybrick: Liverpool's Flypaper Murderess

‘Florence Elizabeth Maybrick, aged twenty six, was indicted for having, on the 11th of May, feloniously, wilfully, and of her malice aforethought, killed and murdered one James Maybrick.’ 1,958 more words

What do you mean by the word feminist?


“If we were all on trial for our thoughts, we would all be hanged.”

What exactly do you mean by the word feminist? 259 more words

Honeymoon, by James Patterson & Howard Roughan

My copy: 978145552985 (image from amazon.com)

I was directed to this book because I was looking at James Patterson’s outline for his Masterclass. Now, though, I’ve read it twice and still enjoy the hell out of it. 292 more words

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