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Best Reads of 2018

GoodReads prompted me this morning with an email about my year in books. You can see the update on my GoodReads page here. I’m not sure that I’ll get through anymore books before the end of the year, but I’ve … Continue reading

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Sacred Sierra by Jason Webster

I’ve just finished reading “Sacred Sierra: A Year on a Spanish Mountain” by Jason Webster. It’s a book that I thoroughly enjoyed and here are my thoughts. Sacred Sierra: A Year on a Spanish Mountain by Jason Webster My rating: … Continue reading

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Sparrows in the Garden

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Book Review: Common Ground by Rob Cowen

Common Ground by Rob Cowen My rating: 5 of 5 stars It has taken me a while to read Rob Cowen’s Common Ground, because I’ve wanted to savour it. It reminds me of classic natural history books such as J … Continue reading

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Book Review – The House of Dolls by David Hewson

It’s not often that I can stay up late reading a book, my body / mind can’t cope and I fall asleep, however over the last week I’ve been staying up, turning the pages of David Hewson‘s new book. The House … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Shroud Key by Vincent Zandri

Synopsis Chase Baker is not only a true Renaissance Man, he’s a man who knows how to find trouble. A part-time resident of Florence, Italy, his resume reads like a modern day Da Vinci or Casanova. Writer, private investigator, tour … Continue reading

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Book Review: Chasing The Storm by Martin Mölsted

About The Book In 2009 the ship MV Arctic Sea was hijacked in the Baltic Sea. Following intense media scrutiny, Russian commandos seized the ship a month later. Though Russia still claims that the ship carried timber destined for Algeria, … Continue reading

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