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Posted on 28 February 2011

Bangkok 8 by John Burdett

Posted in fiction  WORDS 

Burdett writes with great authority about Bangkok, and so he should, as he has spent a good deal of time there and in Hong Kong where he worked as a lawyer.

Posted on 30 January 2011

The Butcher of Smithfield by Susanna Gregory

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Susanna Gregory is a prolific writer, researcher and academic and I wish I had known that fact before embarking on The Butcher because it would have overcome a difficulty I had with the book which lessened my enjoyment.

Posted on 30 December 2010

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer

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This novel is the story of an eight year old boy’s search for his father lost in the World Trade Centre disaster of September 11th.

Posted on 30 November 2010

Here Lies Arthur By Philip Reeve

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Philip Reeve is a talented man, achieving considerable success as both an author and an illustrator (a graduate of Cambridge College of Art which has always enjoyed a high reputation for illustration)and I would not be surprised if he was not th

Posted on 30 October 2010

Elixir of Death By Bernard Knight

Posted in fiction 

Crowner John (Sir John de Wolfe) is a most convincing coroner and old crusader, loyally serving his king, Richard I, during this dark and troubled period.

Posted on 30 September 2010

Hitman Diaries By Danny King

Posted in fiction 

I think it is worth knowing a bit of biographical detail about any artist because it does increase your appreciation of their work.

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