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The Diary Of A Trainee In-Law #review

‘…this book is a great way to start. It’s not a long one (around 170 pages), so really just a toe in the water, and it’s an easy read. The ‘diary’ tells the tale of an engagement and wedding from … Continue reading

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Data, Damned Data and Statistics

Do you know who Caroline Criado Perez is? You should. I first came across her when she had a run in over the ten pound note with the Bank of England. something about the failure to replace a woman – … Continue reading

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Celebrity Literature: Worth The Paper?

I can understand why publishers get all excited about books penned by people famous for not being writers. You don’t need to introduce them and they already have a ready public who might be intrigued enough to buy, even those … Continue reading

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The Amateur Reviewer: crime and mystery

Noelle Granger has given us a neat readable crime novel with her Death In A Red Canvas Chair The protagonist is Rhe Brewster, mom, wife, resident of Pequod in coastal Maine and works at the local hospital. She also happens … Continue reading

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