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48 Hours: A City of London Thriller
48 Hours: A City of London Thriller
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1.0 out of 5 stars Am I imagining this..., 28 Feb. 2014
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but surely Wood Street police station was built in the 1960s in an Art Deco style. Why then does the author describe it as Victorian? I can't now continue affer such a basic mistake. I only really downloaded it for its locations.

The Penal Colony
The Penal Colony
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4.0 out of 5 stars English language used at its best, 6 Jan. 2013
This review is from: The Penal Colony (Kindle Edition)
Amazing. While I don't generally read such macho boys fiction I was so impressed by this beautifully written work. Descriptively excellent and deeply moving. I found it most uplifting and do not agree with reviewers who see in it a kind of Lord of the Ring. I thought it described mans propensity to cooperate, to see the best in each other, to rise above adversity and reach that illusive goal of sacrifice and unity.

Earthly Joys
Earthly Joys
by Philippa Gregory
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

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1.0 out of 5 stars Civil War? I saw no sign of it...., 5 Feb. 2011
This review is from: Earthly Joys (Paperback)
Unless you are interestd in gardening this book has no other value.It does not depict the spirit of the years leading up to the actual outbreak of war. There are no revolutionary characters, no dissenters, no poltical discussion. The text is plodding and repetative and in many situations fairly unlikey or unbelievable. I bought it to get an understanding and "feel" of the age to compliment acedemic texts. However the best book by far, still remains Christopher Hill's World turned Upside Down.
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