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Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 30-04-2015, 08:06
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Posted By Reddybook
A Trick of the Mind - Penny Hancock This did hold...

A Trick of the Mind - Penny Hancock
This did hold my attention, but the story seemed unconvicing to me. When I finished it, I wondered why I bothered.
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 26-04-2015, 18:42
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Posted By Reddybook
Sons of Fortune - Jeffrey Archer

Sons of Fortune - Jeffrey Archer
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 17-04-2015, 07:56
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Posted By Reddybook
Royal Escape - Georgette Heyer Splendid account...

Royal Escape - Georgette Heyer
Splendid account of King Charles ll fleeing from the Battle of Worcester, and seeking safe houses in order to reach the Channel to sail to safety in France.
Wonderful...
Forum: General Discussion 04-04-2015, 19:10
Replies: 36
Views: 2,361
Posted By Reddybook
Jehovahs Witneses don't just knock on doors. When...

Jehovahs Witneses don't just knock on doors. When they see a lone person, like myself, walking up the road, they catch up along side you, and start up a conversation, intending to get to the purpose...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 30-03-2015, 08:17
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Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
The Quiet Game - Greg Iles Legal thriller about a...

The Quiet Game - Greg Iles
Legal thriller about a celebrated lawyer/author who returns to his home town in Mississippi to solve a thirty year old murder.
Great storytelling and many diverse...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 21-03-2015, 07:37
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Posted By Reddybook
One Shot - Lee Child. Book 9 in series. Another...

One Shot - Lee Child. Book 9 in series.
Another good one from LC Very exciting and it had me reading it until the early hours until
the finish. Cover had Tom Cruise on the front, which def didn't...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 17-03-2015, 18:42
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Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
Wish You Well - David Baldacci Heartwarming...

Wish You Well - David Baldacci
Heartwarming family story set in the set in Virginia in the thirties. Despite the cosy read, there are a couple of shocks along the way, and many well written...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 12-03-2015, 07:38
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Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
Orphan Train - Christine Baker Kline Very...

Orphan Train - Christine Baker Kline
Very absorbing read. I really didn't want it to end.
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 07-03-2015, 10:14
Replies: 4,032
Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
The Fault In Our Stars - John Green Mixed...

The Fault In Our Stars - John Green
Mixed feelings about this. The dialogue between Hazel and Augustus made me feel I was reading an adult novel instead of YA one. Do teenagers really talk like...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 24-02-2015, 18:47
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Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
Sleepyhead - Mark Billingham Another one of these...

Sleepyhead - Mark Billingham
Another one of these world weary, flawed detective, in the Tom Thorne series, on the hunt for a serial killer. I quite liked the humour in this, and I did sklp a couple...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 07-02-2015, 15:00
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Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
The Testament - John Grisham Haven't read Grisham...

The Testament - John Grisham
Haven't read Grisham in ages, and this was very good.
Forum: General Discussion 01-02-2015, 17:32
Replies: 82
Views: 3,288
Posted By Reddybook
My mother lives a fifteen minute drive from me,...

My mother lives a fifteen minute drive from me, and I go and see her, twice a wek.
I pop in and see her, midweek, after work just to see how she is, as she is in her eighties, and disabled after a...
Forum: Radio 31-01-2015, 15:25
Replies: 182
Views: 14,757
Posted By Reddybook
I've never listened to Jonathan Ross, probably...

I've never listened to Jonathan Ross, probably due to his reputation, plus I wasn't really a fan, but hearing him, yesterday on Steve Wright's show, he was really good. Entertaining, informative,...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 29-01-2015, 18:41
Replies: 4,032
Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
A Prisoner of Birth - Jeffrey Archer Enjoyable...

A Prisoner of Birth - Jeffrey Archer
Enjoyable but I didn't understand the mistaken identity part. Seemed a bit far fetched to me.
Terrific court room scenes.
Forum: Music 18-01-2015, 18:21
Replies: 98
Views: 5,139
Posted By Reddybook
Die Another Day - Madonna Addicted To Love -...

Die Another Day - Madonna
Addicted To Love - Robert Palmer
Ride Like The Wind - Christopher Cross
Greatest Day - Take That
West End Girls - Pet Shop Boys
The Chain - Fleetwood Mac
I have Nothing-...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 14-11-2014, 18:38
Replies: 36
Views: 3,718
Posted By Reddybook
Just finished Persuader and it wasn't bad. I...

Just finished Persuader and it wasn't bad. I usually leave long intervals between his books and for some reason I found this one quite gruesome. I did skip a few unnecesary pages here and there,...
Forum: General Discussion 14-11-2014, 11:30
Replies: 8
Views: 592
Posted By Reddybook
These phone scams are getting pretty nasty now. I...

These phone scams are getting pretty nasty now. I get them a lot, infrequently, and the latest one, is, said caller claiming they are the bailiffs, are coming round, to my house, in an hours time,...
Forum: Strictly Come Dancing 09-11-2014, 08:11
Replies: 1,049
Views: 126,606
Posted By Reddybook
I've always been a fan of Strictly, purely for...

I've always been a fan of Strictly, purely for the dancing and the entertainment vailue, But this latest 'report' on Steve and Ola, whether true or not, has really soured it for me. Nasty business. I...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 03-11-2014, 11:16
Replies: 36
Views: 3,718
Posted By Reddybook
I've read seven, so far, in order and I have...

I've read seven, so far, in order and I have enjoyed them all. The only 2 that have been memorable are Die Trying and Echo Burning.
Now waiting for Persuader, from the library (reservation) which...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 27-10-2014, 14:02
Replies: 4,032
Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
The Teashop On The Corner - Milly Johnson

The Teashop On The Corner - Milly Johnson
Forum: General Discussion 13-10-2014, 14:31
Replies: 174
Views: 5,082
Posted By Reddybook
Very interesting reading through this...

Very interesting reading through this thread.
Can't remember the exact order, but I had crushes on all the Beatles, Davy Jones and Tony Hicks of the Hollies.
Showing my age:blush:
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 06-10-2014, 07:34
Replies: 4,032
Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
The Monkey's Raincoat - Robert Crais The first in...

The Monkey's Raincoat - Robert Crais
The first in the Elvis Cole series and it was OK. It took a while to get used to the writing style, and I thought of giving up a few ttimes, but it really picked...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 22-09-2014, 18:49
Replies: 4,032
Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
Innocent In Death - J D Robb Wading my way...

Innocent In Death - J D Robb
Wading my way through this series, this one was a real standout.
Excellent.
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 14-09-2014, 10:04
Replies: 4,032
Views: 290,809
Posted By Reddybook
The Secret Life Of Bees - Sue Monk Kidd

The Secret Life Of Bees - Sue Monk Kidd
Forum: Radio 05-09-2014, 12:33
Replies: 52
Views: 4,407
Posted By Reddybook
I do normally enjoy Steve's show, as it is...

I do normally enjoy Steve's show, as it is entertaining, but there should be rules about cutting short records halfway through. I don't often listen to his show. preferring Ken Bruce who really does...
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