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Its actually referred to as homeopathy, I thought that was very interesting.
I did like the Bling Ring. Interesting that you didnt.
Liz Im quite an audio addict and actually really enjoy a good listen. There is a facility for bookmarking, of course, though I appreciate its not the same as just flipping back to check something.
Yes Kaggsy he improves quite a lot. Fascinating to watch!
Yes they are interesting Kay. Definitely worth trying!
Please do Liz -- you will love it!
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2016 on Best Reads of 2016 at Harriet Devine's Blog
Yes indeed.
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2016 on Best Reads of 2016 at Harriet Devine's Blog
I'm sure you'd love it, Ali
Toggle Commented Dec 30, 2016 on Best Reads of 2016 at Harriet Devine's Blog
Hope you manage to bring some back Helen - you wont regret it.
Yes indeed!
Thanks Peter - though I must say she doesnt show much sign of playing with the cat as she appears to be deeply asleep!
I owe my addiction to you Annabel as you gave me the first one! Do read the rest - youll love them
Its a great cover, isnt it. Id never heard of this novel so was delighted to find it. Hope you do too!
Toggle Commented Dec 7, 2016 on Full House by Molly Keane at Harriet Devine's Blog
Id love to read more of her Liz. Shes obviously brilliant.
Toggle Commented Dec 7, 2016 on Full House by Molly Keane at Harriet Devine's Blog
Diana Im sure you would love them. I read The Tenderness of Wolves twice, not something I normally do, and could certainly re-read this too. Highly recommended. Glad things are going better for you.
Glad you agree Martin. And what a treat if you get to meet her! Look forward to hearing if thats going to happen.
Nice image Helen - and so you are, metaphorically speaking. Your review certainly made me want to read the Essex Serpent (though I havent, yet...)
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2016 on Costa Novel Shortlist 2016 at Harriet Devine's Blog
No, not gory and violent. Hope you enjoy, Helen
I wondered about the colour too Joan. Just realised too that the phrase could be translated as The Return from the Sea - in which case perhaps her husband has turned up rather unwelcome and interrupted her reading of the book>
Toggle Commented Nov 20, 2016 on Woman with Book at Harriet Devine's Blog
I love it too, Grace
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2016 on Young Girl Reading at Harriet Devine's Blog
Michelle I think if you liked Quincy youd almost certainly like this series. It focuses very much on the science, and is not really what you;d call gory, though of course dead bodies are involved! Id suggest you try one of the earlier novels, which are very lively and entertaining, and see how you go with that. You might be hooked!
Not surprised - excellent stuff!
It certainly is, Liz. I think it's going to be huge success.
Sure you'll love it Ali!
Havent read that one, Carol - must look out for it. Hope you enjoy Private Papers!