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Although The Devil’s Ribbon is Book #2 in the Hatton & Roumande series, I haven’t read the first book and still found that Book #2 works just fine as a stand-alone novel.
It’s 1858 and London is experiencing a nasty cholera outbreak among its poorest residents, the Irish. No one knows what causes cholera, although there are a lot of theories floating around so no one knows how to stop it until it’s run its course. The Irish had…Continue
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Something that you miss
I miss the smell of my mum's cooking, smell of the countryside on a wet day.
I miss the…Continue
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Karen Anna Vogel, author of Amish Knitting Circle, will be partnering with Christian Aid Ministries, an Amish and Mennonite charity in Berlin, OH. In all of Karen’s books there’s an Amish knitting circle. The women in her upcoming novel, Knit Together, will be making mittens for children in Eastern European orphanages. A pattern for mittens will be in the book and readers will be invited to make mittens. Christian Aid Ministries has agreed to collect and…Continue
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Well half term is over...thankgod, we where so busy lots of partys and lots to do!
Its halloween tonite my daughter is at a party and then trick or treating.... so do you love it or hate it?
i remember trick or treating with my sister as a kid there is 6 years diffrence between us so it was always me taking her round, we would just mainly go round house's we knew!
Well happy halloween have a spooktacliar day x
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Visit Sakura Haruka and be a GFC Friend!
Why visit: 24hrs shopping paradise at affordable prices
Recommended time to spend: One day …Continue
Added by Ai Sakura on October 31, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments
Looking for more readers and followers in your blogs? Come link up in Exposure 99% weekday blog hop . It gives you the chance to Link up your Blogs, Reviews, Giveaways, Twitter, Facebook pages and many more.
Wishing you a great week..…Continue
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Just in time for Halloween, Heath Lowrance starts a new series with Trestle Press called “Deadland, USA”. Here are the details:
“It's all over now. The world as we knew it is gone forever and there will be no future generations to read this. One ugly day in March the undead came and none of us were ready. How could we be? Within months, the entire planet was one writhing, bloody infestation, and all the governments, all the churches, all the great men of power and insight and wisdom,…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 29, 2011 at 2:31pm — No Comments
Okay, I can hear you groan from over here, I am a homer for Lee Child’s writing. I know, so what, the man can just write. I totally loved this novel from start to finish. The flashback into Reacher’s life and what catapulted him into his nomad existence is an intense read. The layers of this novel, the deception and nest of lies were fun to read as it unfolded. Very few authors can deliver a read like this: the detail, the minutia, the small bread crumbs of fact smattered with the fog of…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 29, 2011 at 2:08pm — No Comments
I enjoy sharing stuff to read with my younger kids. This is such a story. In fact this is something that besides being an enjoyable read is also educational, and we can all use a bit of that on occasion can’t we? I like the mix, and it fits right in, it doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb. Mark Miller has introduced some nice characters, doesn’t speak down to a soul, and carries off a very difficult high wire act. That for me is a bargain at any price, this just happens to be…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 29, 2011 at 12:49pm — No Comments
Visit Sakura Haruka & be a GFC Friend!
Why visit: Korean traditional and culture hub
Recommended time to spend: 3-4 hours
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I've been slowly trying to make and buy organic of the "staple" foods that the kids eat the most of. At the top of the most eaten list is in our house is... granola bars! These are a hit! :)
Added by Christa S on October 28, 2011 at 2:32pm — No Comments
I have had the good fortune to have interviewed Natasha Deen on a few different occasions on The-GZONE, my blogtalk radio show. She is a blast; please go back to the interviews and get a feel for this fun, energetic author. She infuses this story with plenty of eye wink-wink fun, merriment and tongue in cheek craziness. Her plotline is unique, the narrative right on the mark, and the prose is just too much. If you have not yet had the chance to read one of her stories, please take the time…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 28, 2011 at 1:38pm — No Comments