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Description After suffering a terrible trauma at the hands of her brother's dealer friends, Leslie becomes obsessed with the idea of getting a tattoo -- it's the one thing that will allow her to reclaim her body,... more

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Description A Hampshire estate in 1903. George Erskine, a young man invalided out of the Boer War, falls desperately in love with Emily Delsey, a debutante. Although he persuades her to marry him he remains insec... more

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Description What secrets connect Egypt's Great Pyramids the Freemasons and the Council on Foreign Relations? In this astonishing book celebrated journalist Jim Marrs examines the world's most closely guarded secr... more

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Review of Johnny Marr and the Healers


“Bangin' On”

published 13/02/2003

Enjoyable slice of indie pop

hardly earth shattering, 10 years out of time

...I'm sure I suggested this as a new CD release, and on that note, that's what you're going to get. Smiths and Electronic genius Johnny Marr has been peddling his new band on tour for a while now. I've never managed to catch them, but a mate reliably informed me that they were pretty good live. Their debut album 'Boomslang' is good. It's not great, and it's not going to change the face of music...

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Review of Carnival of Souls - Melissa Marr


“Enter the Carnival...”

published 10/09/2012

World building, intensity

Mallory a little bit

...About the book Carnival of Souls is the first book in a new series by Melissa Marr. The book was released on 4th September and it is 336 pages long. Thanks to the publisher for providing me with an ARC for review. Plot In a city of daimons, rigid class lines separate the powerful from the power-hungry. And at the heart of The City is the Carnival of Souls, where both murder...

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Review of A History of Modern Britain - Andrew Marr


Well-told history


...If this had not been written by one of the best-known journalists and commentators working today, I'd have had my doubts about the title. Sure, the book is what it says on the cover, though a rather dry academic designation like that might put off the more general reader. As long as it doesn't, fine. Because anybody who has read Marr in the papers, seen him on TV, or enjoyed his various...

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