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Fiction Choices

I tend to get in a rut for reading, sometimes taking on a whole series of say crime novels for weeks on end and then maybe switching to historical fiction or biographies. Fiction usually comes from the library and their … Continue reading

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Magic Indeed

Parents and teachers are always on the lookout for stories to read with children or for children to read for themselves and Magic Molly and the Mirror Maze by Trevor Forest is a story that fits the brief for 7-11 … Continue reading

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Bella’s Betrothal

A few weeks ago I finished reading Mariah’s Marriage by Anne Stenhouse so I knew I was in for a treat when I started her second novel, Bella’s Betrothal. Set this time in the Scottish capital Anne Stenhouse gives us … Continue reading

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Mariah’s Marriage

I recently read a Regency romance, Mariah’s Marriage, by Anne Stenhouse. (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mariahs-Marriage-Anne-Stenhouse-ebook/dp/B00CMAEKPM) Brought up on Georgette Heyer novels which I devoured avidly in my teens I went on to enjoy reading historical novels by a range of writers including Jean … Continue reading

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