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FATWA........living under a death threat, By Jacky Trevane.

Advantages: A true life drama of winning over adversity.
Disadvantages: None

I'm reviewing a book called FATWA ,by Jacky Trevane. It is in paperback format and is 312 pages long . It contains no photographs. My copy was bought in a charity shop,but it is available from bookshops and online bookstores . Amazon have used copies on o ...

miloh 13.06.2013 · Read full review
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BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ

Advantages: very interesting loads of detail
Disadvantages: none

i can honestly say that this is the best book i have read to date i would even read it again. you dont want to put it down ever,it is very gripping and you feel like you are right there whilst the story is being told. the author goes in to so much detail ...

EMMA121ELS 20.05.2009 · Read full review
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Do you like a good ghost story?

Advantages: Good to read as a precursor to the ghost tour
Disadvantages: Could also act as a spoiler, too much third-person dialogue for me

...since I was very young I have had a fascination with the supernatural and all things weird and spooky. A few weeks ago I went on a working trip to our office in Edinburgh. My planned activities for one of the evenings that my colleague and I were ...

JeeanA 16.04.2006 · Read full review
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Review of The Ghost That Haunted Itself - Jan-Andrew Henderson

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She became an MP - even with that hair, Lady Astor

Advantages: Well-written, extremely interesting, and the author comes across as genuinely likeable
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Who could resist a title like that? And is this a former librarian or someone like that? The answer is no. The book So why the title? Shirley Catlin, as she was born in 1930, tells us in the early pages of this memoir that during her childhood her ...

JOHNV 25.11.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Climbing the Bookshelves: The Autobiography of Shirley Williams - Shirley Williams

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A woman who likes a challenge

Advantages: Brilliant title, a very interesting memoir of a life in politics
Disadvantages: She's a Liberal Democrat!; there are places I would have liked to know more

Now in her 80s, a British politician looks back over her long political career. Shirley Williams is perhaps most famous for being one of the Gang of Four, a group of MPs who broke away from the Labour Party in 1981 to found the Social Democratic Party ...

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Review of Climbing the Bookshelves: The Autobiography of Shirley Williams - Shirley Williams

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