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mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2434 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2021 10:44AM
I've just started 'The Red Prince' by Helen Carr; a new biography of John of Gaunt ('time-honoured Lancaster') - a fascinating character.
spaceman 17 5.3k 3 Wales
22 Jun 2021 12:52PM
A concise history of a country I knew almost nothing about.

They invented the Molotov cocktail and take part in wife carrying competitions.

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22 Jun 2021 6:36PM
My last one is an awesome book about communications - Chris Voss: Never Split the Difference
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SlowSong Plus
12 9.7k 30 England
22 Jun 2021 6:43PM

Quote:My last one is an awesome book about communications - Chris Voss:

That indeed does look very interesting. Communication has never been my strong point and i admire the people who can do it at this level. I'll look it up. Smile
SlowSong Plus
12 9.7k 30 England
29 Jun 2021 3:41PM
A great political thriller set in America - The President is Missing. A real rollercoaster of a book, unputdownable. Co-written by ex President Clinton and James Patterson. Can't wait for the next novel.
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4253 Canada
29 Jun 2021 3:47PM
The Widow by Fiona Barton. Excellent British crime novel.
Carabosse 18 41.6k 270 England
29 Jun 2021 7:36PM
The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith...

....................... but I dozed off! Blush


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spaceman 17 5.3k 3 Wales
2 Jul 2021 12:50PM
The Third Man by Graham Greene. Haven't seen the film, so don't know how they compare.
altitude50 17 21.5k United Kingdom
3 Jul 2021 2:21PM
The Third Man film (1949) has been in my top ten list of favourite films for many years. If you see it you will be amazed at the photography, the atmosphere the acting and the directing and the music will follow you around forever!

spaceman 17 5.3k 3 Wales
10 Jul 2021 10:20PM
The Bride Wore Black, a very good noir thriller by Cornell Woolrich, a writer new to me.
spaceman 17 5.3k 3 Wales
20 Jul 2021 11:13PM
Started reading Jo Nesbo's first novel The Bat, but abandoned it because it was rubbish. Perhaps his later stuff is better.
bricurtis Plus
16 2.5k 51 England
21 Jul 2021 12:58AM

Quote:Started reading Jo Nesbo's first novel The Bat, but abandoned it because it was rubbish. Perhaps his later stuff is better.

Nesbo actually had about 6 books published in UK before The Bat (it was rubbish.)
His books were published out of order because of translation problems.
I have read most of his books , the majority are very good.
Look into the Fantastic Fiction website and you can see his book lists and dates of publication .

I've just finished Verses For The Dead.......Preston and Childs.
pink Plus
18 6.7k 8 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2021 11:53AM
Peter May- Entry Island
I have read and enjoyed a lot of his books as many are set in the Hebrides, a place I have visited many times, and continue to visit I hope
spaceman 17 5.3k 3 Wales
22 Jul 2021 2:57PM

Quote:
Quote:Started reading Jo Nesbo's first novel The Bat, but abandoned it because it was rubbish. Perhaps his later stuff is better.

Nesbo actually had about 6 books published in UK before The Bat (it was rubbish.)
His books were published out of order because of translation problems.
I have read most of his books , the majority are very good.
Look into the Fantastic Fiction website and you can see his book lists and dates of publication .

I've just finished Verses For The Dead.......Preston and Childs.



Cheers, I'll check it out. Smile
Railcam 14 917 2 Scotland
24 Jul 2021 12:54PM
The Railways of Manchester, The evolution and development of the city's railways. This is a new publication by Platform 5 Publishing and very detailed, including narrow guage railways, tram systems as well as the big railway.

I am only up to e 53 of 270. I suppose some would describe me as an Anorak although I have never worn such a garment.

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