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Paula, Michael and Bob: Everything You Know Is Wro&hellip by Gerry Agar
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow! what a read...., 26 Jun 2014
Could not put this book down and had me reading it during the night. This time a "friend" really tells all and she was around to see it all happen and at the eye of the storm. You see the story from Team Paula and also from Team Bob, to whom she crosses over to support. A fascinating read and sad, that history has repeated itself with Peaches. Highly recommended.
London Belongs to Me (Penguin Modern Classics) by Norman Collins
I remember a long time back this was once an ITV series back in the 70s - which I did stay up for. The reason it caught my interest then, as I remember it, it was all about a big house in London and the stories of the various tenants who lived in it. My dad, had tenants and I remember going with him on rent visits and trying as a child to work out how these different people all came to bel iving under the same roof. Well the book, which I have tried to buy over the years and finally found, certainly never disappointed in any way. The beautifully written detail of each of those who live in No 10 Dulcimer St in Kennington, makes them jump out of the page and really into your heart -… Read more
As the Crow Flies by Jeffrey Archer
As the Crow Flies by Jeffrey Archer
This very long book took me a week to read although I was sneaking in a quick read at work. The characters almost came alive on the pages and sucked me in straight away. Although I could see the plot and where it was going to at certain points, it did not matter - it was how it got there that kept me engrossed to the very last page. Jeffrey Archer at his very best.