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Book review: Miss Marple Short Stories

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? I know I do, and yet somehow I’ve not actually read a great deal of Agatha Christie. I admit, not reading Agatha Christie when you enjoy mysteries basically borders on foolish, doesn’t it? This particularly gorgeous Folio Society edition of the Miss Marple short stories was too appealing to… Continue reading Book review: Miss Marple Short Stories

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Book review: The House Without Windows and Eepersip’s Life There

This was an interesting one. I got this book for Christmas from my mother. Since I’d never heard of it, I asked her what inspired the choice. She insisted it had been on my Amazon wishlist. We checked, but it had not. How unusual. Nevertheless, I thought I’d give it a go. The House Without… Continue reading Book review: The House Without Windows and Eepersip’s Life There

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It’s Complicated: Short Stories About Long Relationships

Today we’ve got something a little bit different. I’m handing over the reigns to my friend, Karen, who normally blogs at RunWright. She asked if she could guest post on my blog┬áso she could tell you all about her new book. Karen is a wonderful, funny, inspiring lady who always has something positive to say… Continue reading It’s Complicated: Short Stories About Long Relationships