Monthly Archives: February 2008

Plum Lucky by Janet Evanovich

Not my favourite Stephanie Plum, but enjoyable nonetheless. Grandma Mazur goes AWOL to a casino with someone else’s money, add to that the usual chaos of the life of Stephanie, Lula revealing all, a horse in Stephanie’s lounge and the … Continue reading

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The New Year’s Quilt by Jennifer Chiaverini

The latest book by Jennifer Chiaverini which follows on from The Quilter’s Legacy, when the friends of Sylvia & Andrew are gathered for a Christmas Eve dinner only to find that the two of them marry. In the New Years … Continue reading

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The Long Journey Home by Flore Leipman

Wow! An amazing book about the Scottish born author. The daughter of a immigrant parents – whose family & ancestors had migrated from a variety of Countries – Poland,Germany,Russia,Switzerland & France. Flora finds herself & her siblings heading back to … Continue reading

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Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich

The latest in the Stephanie Plum series is as funny as ever and contains all the usual characters. Grandma Mazur just gets better and better. No Stephanie Plum would be complete without the usual chaos of Stephanie & Lula and … Continue reading

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The Singing Line by Alice Thomson

A really enjoyable account of the life of Alice & Charles Todd, the author’s great great grandmother. From Cambridgeshire, once Alice had married Charles they embark on their new life together in Australia. Alice to raise their family in a … Continue reading

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74, Seaside Avenue by Debbie Macomber

On loan from Liz, the seventh book in the ever popular Cedar Cove Series. Cedar Cove is a community where the lives of the residents are entwined with each other. In this book we see the exit of a few … Continue reading

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