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A Study in Emerald
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This is my first ever Maigret book. I bought it because I love the cover - which is an odd reason given that I'm reading the ...
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Door 15: International Human Rights Day Task 1: Cook a dish from a culture other than your own or something involving appl...
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I tried really hard to stay with this one. So many people go on about how good it is! But I've been bored out of my mind with...
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... for the somewhat uncoordinated way in which we posted the December holidays. Synching the posting of the final eight h...
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Audience: Young Adult Format: e-Book/Library There is blood under my fingernails. - first sentence This is a fabulous...
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I liked it but it didn't wow me, like I thought and hoped it would. I liked how the three snacks played together but wasn't i...
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"The Adults" is a story of two middle-class English couples spending Christmas together at a cabin in a forest in Yorkshire (...
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Another series I finished for Halloween Bingo but never had a chance to review. I loved this series and highly recommend it t...
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Here's hoping this year won't see any more authors' deaths, because too many of the great ones have already left us in 2019. ...