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The undisputed queen of Regency romance

Advantages: Interesting and informative
Disadvantages: More likely to be of interest to Heyer fans

It's almost forty years since Georgette Heyer died and yet with the exception of the five titles she herself had suppressed, all of her novels are still in print and still selling in large quantities and year on year she's still attracting new readers. By ...

ladybracknell 27.01.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Georgette Heyer: Biography of a Bestseller - Jennifer Kloester

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Intrepid Indeed

Advantages: Extremely interesting insight into a little covered aspect of WW2
Disadvantages: none

Betty Lussier was born in Alberta, Canada. At the height of the depression her father bought a Maryland farm at a bank foreclosure sale, they crossed the border to the States and settled down to the hard life of raising dairy cattle and the crops needed t ...

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Review of Intrepid Woman - Betty Lussier

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The Great Don

Advantages: Lots of background to the man and his ideas
Disadvantages: It would have been nice to hear more of Revie's opinions

Background: When I was a little boy Leeds United were if not the best football team in England the second best. This was a golden period in the Clubs history and in no small way it was because of their manager Don Revie. Who managed the club for 13 y ...

CPTDANIELS 04.04.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Revie Revered and Reviled by Richard Sutcliffe

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