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  1. rebbonk

    The Other Mrs Walker - Mary Paulson-Ellis

    A superbly engaging debut novel with a style that is completely different from much of the normal predictable formula that is serving the genre. I found it a very evocative and atmospheric read. It must be said straight away that this book is a ‘marmite’ type of read: you are either going to...
  2. janner

    Scarlet Widow

    Scarlet Widow…….Graham Masterton. A Crime Thriller/Whodunit with a difference. It is initially set in London in the mid 1750’s then our Heroine moves to New Hampshire in America a few years later. The daughter of an apothecary she learns some of the basic skill from her farther and also...
  3. rebbonk

    Victim Without a Face by Stefan Ahnhem

    My Christmas came early, thanks A.G. The first thing you notice about this book is its physical presence: it’s over 550 pages long and comes with its very own built in woven bookmark, a nice feature I’ve not seen for quite a while. The original book was written in Swedish, but has been...
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