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Description The new blockbuster from one of the world's greatest storytellers continues where Unexpected Blessings left off, charting the varying fortunes of the great-granddaughter of Emma Harte - the original W... more

Romance Books

Description The book the fans have been waiting for: the much-anticipated sequel to the phenomenally successful A WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE. The legendary Emma Harte, heroine of A Woman of Substance, returns...At the ce... more

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Excellent

AdvantagesSuper food nice surroundings

DisadvantagesA little out of the city centre (but there is a pub enroute)

...Although we live less than 10 miles from the city of Bradford it is a place we rarely visit. Unfortunately the town has been in sad decline for many years and the shopping is dire. As the city is on the side of a slope and in a windy bowl, it was never even the most glamorous place to visit even back in its heyday (and the department store in the centre of Bradford used to have the unappealing...

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“Bradford Cathedral”

published 09/12/2008

AdvantagesLots of history

DisadvantagesThe roof and chairs are very odd

...On the 7th November 2008 the Al Mahdi Mosque was officially opened in the centre of Bradford. It's a sign of the changing times and reaffirms the fact that Bradford is a multi cultural city with a huge Muslim population. This Mosque is a magnificent building, clearly visible from afar, standing like a palace against the skyline. I happened by chance to be in Bradford on the date of the Mosque...

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AdvantagesHandy for the Alahambra Theatre and cheap

DisadvantagesCurries too meaty for my personal preference

...One of humanities less endearing qualities lies within our habit of nabbing a bargain or a quick win without thinking of the consequences or the disadvantaged position it may place the giver. When I think of the City of Bradford, I remove the immediate descriptive but horribly subjective word of ?dump? that always immediately pops in my mind. It is instantly replaced by the word ?curry? which...

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