Ms. J. Jones

"Julia Jones"
My favourite place for reading and writing is on board my boat.
Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,870
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (163 of 197)

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,870 - Total Helpful Votes: 163 of 197
Circle Line: Around London in a Small Boat by Steffan Meyric Hughes
"Every man must believe in something. I believe I'll go canoeing." Steffan Meyric Hughes chooses this quote from H.D. Thoreau to launch his ten day journey round the canals and forgotten rivers of London. He is, it's probably fair to say. a canoeist at heart and some of his reminiscences of teenage dare-devilry in kayaks convey a real feeling for water as a place where you can test yourself. His exploration down the South London River Wandle is undertaken in his own kayak and is one of the best pieces in a good book. The main journey is undertaken in a small versatile wooden dinghy, simple to sail, light enough to row and with an outboard engine when required. There's a poignant… Read more
Trickster's Point (Cork O'Connor Mystery) by William Kent Krueger
Always enjoy the Cork O'Connor stories and this was no exception. Possibly If I thought really hard it might not have been my number one among William Kent Krueger's works but the standard is so high
Our Man in Camelot by Anthony Price
Our Man in Camelot by Anthony Price
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Used to love reading Anthony Price so was sorry to find this rather dated and dull. Perhaps the fault was in me - or the changing times

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