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Danger : Marley’s Ghost

Source, two, three, four, five, six  Henry Jones, John McGovern, Joseph Anthony, Joseph Bassett, Joseph Julian, Leonard Barry, Richard Stark, Rita Gam, Robert Harris, Woodrow Parfrey


Books of the month: November 2016

Pick of the month

I felt pretty wretched after watching the US election unfold at the beginning of the month, both because of what it might mean for the world and for the delayed grief over my mother’s death it sparked. 591 more words

Books Of The Month


Stressed out by the holidays?  Exhausted by family obligations?  Why not take a break and lose yourself in some new mysteries and thrillers here at the Field Library, to help take your mind off your ordinary stresses? 606 more words

Review: CONCLAVE by Robert Harris

I was undecided about whether or not to read Robert Harris’ CONCLAVE but a recommendation from a blogger I trust pushed me over the line. Though I’ve liked his historical books I’m not a huge fan of Harris’ contemporary novels (check out my thoughts on  949 more words

Book Review

Friday Book Share #6

It’s Friday again! Which means it’s time for #FridayBookShare, a wonderful tag created by Shelley Wilson. This tag lets us tell people about wonderful books we love, and is there anything better than talking about our favourite books? 419 more words


August in southern Italy, between Sorrento and Naples

Embrace your inner classicist, release your inner archaeologist!

I spent most of of August in Italy, eating pizzas and gelati, drinking Peroni and playing with dirt. 269 more words



The Hodges and Lancasters were wealthy and armigerous families, and the aim of their tenants was an intermarriage with them. A route to this would be to intermarry with such as the Counsells. 2,572 more words