White Rose

"White Rose"
 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,074
Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (462 of 615)
Location: Isle of Wight, UK
In My Own Words:
Growing old disgracefully. I wear heels, still, long flowing clothes (that's the medieval influence, I think) love researching for my historical books. I am involved in channelling a series of autobiographies from spirit authors, famous people from our history. The series starts in January 2010 and continues until I die. Simple as that. Look out for my name on a whole new exciting set of books.

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medieval historian, author of Captain Of The Wight, a book on a piece of medieval island history, medium, writer, editor, photographer, love crime books, horror books, all types of music outside of classical and rap. Mostly playing Elvis and Four Top… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,074 - Total Helpful Votes: 462 of 615
The Greatest Hits ~ Bonnie Tyler
The Greatest Hits ~ Bonnie Tyler
5.0 out of 5 stars one stop Bonnie Tyler, 26 July 2014
magical set of hits. Discover all the sides to Bonny Tyler with this wonderful far ranging CD
The Dying Hours (Tom Thorne Novels Book 11) by Mark Billingham
I have to admit to being an out and out Tom Thorne fan, he is everything you want in a lead character, down to earth, ordinary, firmly rooted in his area and looking on all others with suspicion (as all of us who live on the north side of the river...) and yet with the ability to eventually see through the morass of clues and solve the crime, even if he can't solve his own life problems.
Mark Billingham has turned in another first class thriller with a cliff hanger ending, very unfair!!!!
Earth Abides (S.F. MASTERWORKS) by George R. Stewart
Earth Abides (S.F. MASTERWORKS) by George R. Stewart
5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended, 26 July 2014
this book was recommended to me. Normally when someone recommends a book I end up hating it, but not this one. I was slowly drawn into the strange world of Ish, the post holocaust scenario so carefully worked out, backed up with mini lectures on why this or that broke down, all so obvious that it should be a warning to all that it could happen to us at any time.
Ish is a hero with flaws, many of them, an ordinary man thrust into an extraordinary situation. A book everyone should read.