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Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz (Harper Collins)

“There was going to be a funeral.”

This is two books lashed together as one. The first is a detective story. We are gently introduced in a slow, west country way, to the cast of villagers. 289 more words


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The Girl in the Glass Tower  by Elizabeth Fremantle has been read by Bulkington, Bedworth and Nuneaton U3A

They thought the book was “ good” and it generated a good discussion, with views from all angles. 317 more words

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National Reading Group Day 2017! Why I LOVE my Book Club

Reading and writing are my two most favourite things to do. Ever since I can remember I’ve been at my happiest, curled up with a good book, and when the cries of my mum to ‘go outside and get some fresh air’ got too much, I’d take whatever story I was currently reading. 256 more words


What to read next? Read these reviews of poison trees, fallen leaves, miniaturists and muses.

More Book Reviews from May (thank you to all our reading groups for sending these in!)

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton, has been read by Farnborough group who meet at Southam.  389 more words

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Never trust an historian...Ordered Universe Reading Group in Durham

Well, by Hercules, as Seneca did, in fact, say, the Ordered Universe Reading Group (Durham Chapter), finished this week its reading of Seneca’s Natural Questions… 594 more words

What We Have Been Up To...

Cylch Darllen Llyfrgell Rhuthun - June 20th, 2.00pm

Rebel rebel – Jon Gower

A collection of 21 imaginative short stories – this is Jon Gower at his best. He takes us to the four corners of the world and introduces us to fictional and real characters in both fantasy and believable situations. 28 more words

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Reviews, Reviews! 

Lots more coming in from our reading groups across the county!

So hot off the press:

A group in Southam (no name given) read The Cutting Season… 557 more words

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