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Mersey Report 2 Feb 2011 19:24

Share your reads with us all and enjoy

Im enjoying Hothouse Flower by Lucinda Riley at the moment....

Happy Reading Bookworms



Muffyxx Report 2 Feb 2011 19:30

Virgin Earth by Philippa Gregory.

It's a follow on from *Earthly Joys*it's about John Tradescant and John Tradescant the younger who were Charles 1st's gardners just before the civil war.

I'm enjoying it...just wish I had more time to read more than a chapter at a time ! x


Conan Report 2 Feb 2011 19:31

The End of Borley Rectory.

Harry Price


Cooper Report 2 Feb 2011 19:36

Is that Borley in Essex/Suffolk, Robin?

The brave kids at school used to go there at night in the older kids cars because it was said to be haunted!

I was too scared to even think about it. Lol



Conan Report 2 Feb 2011 19:50

It is indeed Teresa.

The Rectory is no longer there .......... but the church is one hell of a place to visit after dark


Cooper Report 2 Feb 2011 19:53

I will give it a miss I think Robin:)



Conan Report 2 Feb 2011 20:02

Well why not just take a stroll along the lane then ....................... you might bump into the nun !


Foggy Report 2 Feb 2011 20:15

Don't laugh...lol
I am reading Palaeography for family and local historians.....
anorak or what...lol


Mersey Report 2 Feb 2011 20:17

sounds interesting to me foggy.....:o)


Jane Report 2 Feb 2011 20:21

The Blind Assassin ,by Margaret Attwood.Not sure it is my kind of thing ,but am sticking with it lol.


Barry_ Report 2 Feb 2011 20:32

I am more than half way through reading the 'Floating Brothel' - details about female convicts shipped to the new world in the late 1700s. Harsh times and punishments indeed!

Just finished ex-SAS Andy McNab's Seven Troop - it was OK but nothing special and I liked the five or six page chapters; also finished Gp. Capt. Peter Townsend's autobiography 'Time and chance'.

This was surpringly an enjoyable book - and in his time at the palace (7 years or so); he formed a friendship with George VI. The King and Queen Mum sounded really nice folks, the way he described them. I think he and Margaret would have been A-OK had they been left alone.

It's ironic that because he should have only been there for three months his wife and children rarely saw him at all later on, and likely this was the reason she filed for divorce, never seeing her husband! What would his life - with his first wife - have been like had he not been appointed to the palace, I wonder?


Kay???? Report 2 Feb 2011 21:09

The After Life,,by Jenny Randels &Peter Hough,

Investigation into the mystries of life after death,,,and all the false claims about mediums and such like.


Wend Report 2 Feb 2011 21:16

Like Muffy, Virgin Earth - just started it. Have to go for a glucose tolerance test at 8.45 tomorrow morning and was told to bring a book because I'll be there for 2 hours, so hope to read a lot more of it then. Might do my nails too and study my seed catalogues! (No, not my toenails lol!)


SueMaid Report 2 Feb 2011 21:25

I've just started reading an Inspector Lynley mystery - Missing Joseph by Elizabeth George.



nuttybongo Report 2 Feb 2011 21:27

The mystery of Abbotsford. Christmas present from ebay. Its an old book. I like them old. Have modern books too, but quite a lot of old books. 1845 i think is the oldest.


JoyDean Report 2 Feb 2011 21:40

Lost London 1870 - 1945 by Philip Davies.

Mick from the Bush

Mick from the Bush Report 3 Feb 2011 01:00

I have loaded my Kindle up with dozens of old Science Fiction novels from the 1950s and 1960s. Mostly free from Gutenberg.com

Slowly working my way through them!

xxxxx mick


Jane Report 3 Feb 2011 18:52

I am reading 'Goodnight Beautiful' by Dorothy Koomson a really good read as all her books, can't put it down



Sylvia Report 3 Feb 2011 22:37

I have just finished reading "House Rules" by Jodie Picoult, about a young man with Aspergers who is tried for murder. It is one of those books I cant put down,as I want to get to the outcome, but also dont want to finish as I enjoy it so much.


Susan10146857 Report 4 Feb 2011 00:56

I am being read to......( audiobooks...but can also be found on kindle and ordinary books...Amazon)

The Time Travellers Guide to Medieval Times.......Heavy?.No Way.....I highly recommend it.....especially the audio book......go on have a listen....you will definitely be hooked......then PM me and tell me I was soooooooo right :-)))))....The best I have heard/read in a very long time...and every genealogist should hear/read it.

PS....I have also read The Floating Brothel.....Highly recommend it too....A Must read.