Monthly Archives: July 2007

The Island by Victoria Hislop

This was a fabulous read. Selected from Mount TBR for a trip away on Friday night. I started reading in the early hours of Friday morning and finished in Scotland on Saturday. I could barely put down and did so … Continue reading

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A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg

I bought this book at one of the charity shops in Newton Abbot. I was in the midst of a book which I left at home, as my meeting was delayed I had chance to search for a book to … Continue reading

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Bond of Blood by Benjamin Nicholls

Continuing the story from Trial by Fire Tom discovers that he can travel in time, and manages to “meet” his ancestors and relatives in earlier times. What genealogist wouldn’t like to visit earlier times and speak to their ancestors? Tom … Continue reading

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Scuba Dancing by Nicola Slade

I enjoyed the wonderfully eccentric characters, and like many readers before me, devoured this fairly quickly. It was what I would call a “comforting read”

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Back on Blossom Street by Debbie Macomber

Another fabulous book following the lives, loves and tribulations of the residents & workers of Blossom Street. Linda’s knitting shop embarks on another class, this time knitting a prayer shawl, with a mixture of new and old students – Alix … Continue reading

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Amy’s Honeymoon by Julia Llewellyn

This wasn’t the usual chick lit. Amy has spent a fortune on a wedding; only the groom has changed his mind! so Amy decides to go on the honeymoon anyway. Just as she is planning to leave the hotel, the … Continue reading

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Small Town Girl by LaVyrle Spencer

This had been on my TBR pile mountain for too long. Tess has come home, pressured by her two sisters to help their aged mother following a hip operation. Tess leaves behind, albeit, temporarily, her life as a singer in … Continue reading

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Sullivan’s Island: A Lowcountry Tale by Dorothea Benton Frank

Picked up at the UnCon and read already! What a great book. I started this on Sunday night last week, I was unable to sleep as I had an early flight to Leeds and could not settle, so braved Mr … Continue reading

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The Quilter’s Homecoming (Elm Creek Quilters Novels) by Jennifer Chiaverini

Not one of my favourite’s in the series, but nonetheless, a super read to continue the series. Elizabeth and her beloved Henry head off to start their life together in Califonia, believing that they are the proud owners of a … Continue reading

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50 Harbor Street by Debbie Macomber (Cedar Cove Series)

On loan from Liz, this is book 5 in the series, about the lives and loves of the residents of Cedar Creek. Corrie & Roy McAffee final solve their own personal mystery, Judge Olivia has a near scare with hubby … Continue reading

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