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The Fishing Fleet – Anne de Courcy

A year ago today I wrote a review of this book and you can read it here. Then last week, I was sent the link to an interview that the author did in Australia, for Adelaide Week in March 2013. … Continue reading

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Putting Your Ancestors in their Place ~ A Guide to One Place Studies by Janet Few

I recently had the opportunity to read a review copy of the latest book by Janet Few. There are so few books dedicated to the subject of One Place Studies therefore this is a very welcomed addition to the genealogical … Continue reading

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A Merry Little Christmas by Debbie Macomber

A delightful little book with two festive reads from Debbie Macomber. Both stories are centred around the fiction and lovely town of Cedar Cove. 1225 Christmas Tree Lane Continuing with the popular Cedar Cove stories. This festive catch up is … Continue reading

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The Newfound Land (Graham Saga Book 4) by Anna Belfrage

Back in October I read and reviewed the three earlier books in the series. Book 1 – A Rip in the VeilBook 2 – Like Chaff in the WindBook 3 – The Prodigal Son In this latest book, Matthew and … Continue reading

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One Little Christmas Tree by The Curto Family & Rusty Fischer

A delightful children’s book about a small Christmas tree, sitting and waiting to be selected by a family. Planted as a small tree, he waits and waits for the moment when the owner comes along with a bucket to dig … Continue reading

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Christmas at Harrington’s by Melody Carlson

This is the story of Lena, newly released from prison for a crime that she didn’t commit. She feels vulnerable and very alone in what is a period of time for families. She is immediately plunged into the spotlight as … Continue reading

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Like Chaff in the Wind (Graham Saga Book 2) by Anna Belfrage

Having read and reviewed book one in the series; you can read that review HERE. The second book in the series set out with Matthew in Edinburgh. There has been bad feeling between him and his brother and much damage … Continue reading

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A Rip in the Veil (Graham Saga Book 1) by Anna Belfrage

A little while ago I was given the opportunity to review the 3rd book in the Graham Sage by Anna Belfrage. As I read the synopsis I discovered a problem; I had not read the first books in the series. … Continue reading

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Tracing Your House History by Gill Blanchard

I was recently given a copy of this book to review and what a delight it was. This book is more than a guide to researching the history of your house, or a house of interest. It is a font … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip – Hay Festival Audio Library

Castle Bookshop – May 2006 I had always wanted to go to Hay-on-Wye, a book lovers paradise and I did in 2006, twice. For a weekend in May and for a week in October. There is something rather innocent about the ethos … Continue reading

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