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SlowSong Plus
11 8.7k 30 England
18 May 2019 5:41PM
I've recently discovered Linwood Barclay. If you like a good, rollocking story, you'll love him.
The Zack Walker Mysteries are a good place to start, with carefully constructed stories which keep the pages turning until you have to drag yourself away.

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DaveRyder Plus
6 3.9k 2 United Kingdom
18 May 2019 5:57PM
Currently halfway through Dean Koontz 'Sole Survivor'
Will likely finish if on the plane Tuesday afternoon - maybe not too appropriate.

For holiday read I re-reading the first two David Ash novels by James Herbert - Haunted & Ghost of Sleath.

altitude50 15 17.6k United Kingdom
18 Mar 2020 3:37PM
A good time to read some books!

I have just finished 'Frozen in time' The fate of the Franklin expedition. Not for the easily upset. A very good but tough read, especially part two. It documents how terrible, awful, conditions were for men undertaking Arctic journeys in the 1800s. Highly recommended if you have a strong stomach.
SlowSong Plus
11 8.7k 30 England
19 Mar 2020 11:53AM
Just bought Wolf Hall, just in case. Should keep me occupied for a few weeks, or send me to sleep. Time will tell.
petebfrance 8 2.9k France
19 Mar 2020 1:19PM
Not reading anything at the moment, but thinking of dusting off some Terry Pratchett books that SWMBO bought a while ago and reading them. They're usually a good balm for the addled brain and it's ages since I read them.
chase Plus
14 1.4k 327 England
24 Mar 2020 6:44AM
Metal Detecting for Beginners by Mary Shafer.
altitude50 15 17.6k United Kingdom
24 Mar 2020 8:26AM
'Pit Prop Installation' by Shaw Lee Cole!
SlowSong Plus
11 8.7k 30 England
25 Mar 2020 1:09PM
How I Take Photographs, Daido Moriyama
altitude50 15 17.6k United Kingdom
3 Apr 2020 10:50AM
'The last days of coalmining' by Downley Pitts.Grin
4 Apr 2020 9:42PM

Quote:'The last days of coalmining' by Downley Pitts.Grin

That reminds me of a saying we had in the North East - "Don't go down the mine Daddy, there's plenty of slack in your pants."Grin

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