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I had planned to review Snow by Mikayla Elliot, but I had a couple of mental health days and couldn’t cope with anything much beyond crochet. 486 more words

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Review: 'White Bodies', by Jane Robins

Published By: HQ

Publication Date: 28th December 2017

I.S.B.N.: 9780008217549

Format: Hardback

Price: £12.99

Blurb

Felix and Tilda seem like the perfect couple: young and in love, a financier and a beautiful up-and-coming starlet.

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Review: The Hertford Theatre's Production of Rapunzel

Despite the constant rushing, holiday planning, and over indulging, I do love December. There’s just so much on for families during the Christmas season and especially in Hertfordshire.   360 more words

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Review: 'Who Killed The Mince Spy?', by Matthew Redford

Published By: Clink Street

Publication Date: 6th December 2016

I.S.B.N.: 9781911525158

Format: Paperback

Price: £5.99

Who Killed The Mince Spy?

Tenacious carrot, detective inspector Willie Wortell is back to reveal the deviously delicious mind behind the crime of the festive season in this hugely entertaining, and utterly unconventional, short story.

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First Bonus Book Review of the Month

I asked Moon Books for a copy of this seasonally appropriate book and it arrived yesterday. Since it was snowing and freezing yesterday, I went to bed early and had a read. 394 more words

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Review: Looking for Santa? Check out Willows Activity Farm "Santa Spectacular"

It’s that time of year again…Christmas light switch-ons, markets full of ornaments and wreaths, the decorations, the shopping, and of course, if you have children…the obligatory visit to Santa’s Grotto. 324 more words

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Review: 'Dark Days of Georgian Britain', by James Hobson

Published by: Pen and Sword Books

Publication Date: 15th November 2017

ISBN: 9781526702548

Format: Hardback

Price: £15.99

Blurb

In Dark Days of Georgian Britain, James Hobson challenges the long established view of high society during the Regency, and instead details an account of a society in change.

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