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Reading roundup 10/10/18

I have read two books this week, started a third and have eight in my library pile. Some of the latter are reservations of books by favourite authors. Oh, libraries are so great! The first book was Too Close for … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 03/10/18

I am quite surprised to see that I have only read one book this last week. This is probably because I have been very caught up with some important issues relating to my radical feminist views, immersing myself in Twitter … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 26/09/18

I finished two books this week; one was more successful than the other as you will discover in this post. My first book was Ghost Girl by Lesley Thomson, #02 in her The Detective’s Daughter series. This is the blurb: … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 19/09/18

I have not read quite as many books as usual this week, probably because I have been a bit bogged down with one. I like this book, but am struggling with it, not enough to actually give up on it, … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 12/09/18

For various reasons I have been burying my head in a lot of books this week – almost four! Karin Slaughter is one of my most favourite authors, so I was really pleased when my library reservation of her latest … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 06/09/18

Yes, this is a day late. I was feeling very unwell yesterday evening and had to postpone writing this post until today. So I apologise if anyone was waiting to find out about last week’s books (not that I expect … Continue reading

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Reading roundup 30/08/18

So we have arrived at the last Reading Roundup of the month – how the year is flying by! I have finished three books this week (76 in the year so far) and am about halfway through a fourth. Our … Continue reading

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