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Unravelling Oliver by Liz Nugent. A quite gripping tale, well told.
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I have a children's book "The Little Prince " by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry on order.
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CARLO ROVELLI

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The Order Of Time

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The Lazarus project by Alexander hemon
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Animal Wise: The Thoughts and Emotions of Our Fellow Creatures
by Virginia Morell

It even features a chapter about rats, so the Stranglers fans shouldn't be disappointed :grin:
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Steve Howe autobiography
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Down the Highway the life of Bob Dylan
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"Close your eyes" by Michael Robotham. A good book, I've read a few of his before and had forgotten how good they are.
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The Mirror and The Light by Hilary Mantel
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"A brush with death" by Quintin Jardine. Another by an author I haven't read for a while, and it was very good indeed, as his always are.
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Catching Cold by Pete Davies. About the Spanish Flu of the early 1900's. Some terribly sad stories described in it.
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"You were gone" by Tim Weaver, another good read.
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cassini wrote: 27 May 2018, 06:44 Flashman and the Mountain of Light. I am ploughing through the Flashman books in chronological order (ie not the order that George MacDonald Fraser wrote them). Hilarious, historically accurate, well-written and crude - what more could you want???
Thanks for the Flashman recommendation, brilliant books and a brilliant character
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