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Classical Music in the Merry Muffin Mysteries By Victoria Hamilton

I love classical music, but honestly I know very little about it. Merry Wynter, the main character of the Merry Muffin Mystery series, knows a lot more, not because she grew up listening to it, but because her late husband and best friend/mentor Pish Lincoln introduced her to so much. 847 more words

Review: Tempest in a Teapot


Tempest in a Teapot by Amanda Cooper

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sophie Taylor’s Manhattan restaurant, In Fashion, has failed, so she returns to Gracious Grove in upstate NY where her grandmother runs Auntie Rose’s Victorian Tea House to get a little respite and rethink her future goals. 435 more words

Book Reviews

Victoria Hamilton

The Spectre.

Come home.
The phone line’s no use.
It cracks and simmers
At fired souls
And open hearts.
It sucks meaning from words
And love from our chests like… 205 more words

No Tinkers, Sailors or Soldiers, But Spies Galore in BBC's Riveting The Game

Oh. My. Goodness. I never, in my wildest dreams would have thought I would be SOOOO excited to see the 1970s splashed across my TV screen – the decade of drab browns, sludgy greens dodgy shoes and even dodgier haircuts (I know – I sported many of them)… 526 more words

Drama

Twenty Four Romanians Saw A Big Red Banner On The Night When There Was Love In The Gallowgate.

Hey everyone. February is never my favourite month of the year but it is one of my favourite editions of Words and Music for preciously that reason. 2,186 more words

The Game on BBC America - Critical Acclaim

BBC cold war spy drama The Game is currently on screens in the United States on BBC America. It’s receiving some great reviews and critical praise from across the US, but there is still no word of when it will reach a UK audience. 53 more words

Birmingham

Shakespeare's Sonnets at the Southbank Centre - 1st June 2014

Sunday 1st June was marked by the Southbank Centre as a day of sonnets. Throughout the day free activities took place related to Shakespeare’s sonnets, which was followed in the evening by a complete reading of all 154 of them by ten wonderful actors at the Royal Festival Hall. 583 more words

Theatre