Monthly Archives: May 2008

Inheritance by Livi Michael

This very gentle book was devoured whilst on a recent business trip. I enjoyed the storyline, it appealled to my genealogical mind! It is the very gentle story of Louise, who, upon the death of her mother inherits very little … Continue reading

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The Hat Shop on the Corner by Marita Conlon-McKenna

I really enjoyed this one and read on a business trip to Belfast, not Dublin but nonetheless, Ireland! This is a gentle story. Ellie has inherited her mother’s hat shop, as she debates whether to sell up or carry on, … Continue reading

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Things I want my Daugters to Know by Elizabeth Noble

This was a beautiful book. Barbara has been diagnosed with cancer. Various therapy have not been successful, and she therefore prepares herself and her family. Barbara writes a series of letters to her 4 daughters – Lisa,Jennifer,Amanda and Hannah. Each … Continue reading

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Going Dutch by Katie Fforde

When Jo’s husband trades her in for a younger model, she suddenly finds herself living on a barge near the Thames. Used to being a kept woman, she soon realises she’ll need more than a few culinary skills to keep … Continue reading

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