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Your perfect match (novel vaguely set in England)

Your perfect match (novel vaguely set in England) 30th January 2017

The One by John Marrs, novel vaguely set in England. This book arrived on my desk with an interesting “extra”, to wit a phial and swab for embarking on the process of taking a  DNA sample; which of course...

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Slow burning thriller set in Queens, New York

Slow burning thriller set in Queens, New York 28th January 2017

Little Deaths by Emma Flint, slow burning thriller set in Queens, New York. Lists of up-coming books to watch our for in 2017 have been buzzing about Little Deaths, so I was keen to see if the book lives...

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Talking Location with author Robert Crouch – South Downs, East Sussex

Talking Location with author Robert Crouch – South Downs, East Sussex 27th January 2017

#TalkingLocationWith… author Robert Crouch, who shares his love of the South Downs, East Sussex. When I look at the iconic view of the Seven Sisters on the East Sussex coast, I see a struggle between villain and hero, teetering...

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Out and about in London with “Secret London” (Jonglez)

Out and about in London with “Secret London” (Jonglez) 26th January 2017

Secret London. An Unusual Guide (Jonglez Guides) Rachel Howard and Bill Nash – out and about in London. Once you feel familiar with a given city, how do you start to delve into the place at a deeper level?...

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Novel set in Europe and Jaipur

Novel set in Europe and Jaipur 24th January 2017

Fast Track to Glory by Tomasz Chrusciel, novel set in Europe and Jaipur. Fast Track to Glory by Tomasz Chrusciel is an exceptional around the world quest for knowledge. Technically, this brilliant novel is a thriller, though not quite like any...

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