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Hi Everyone - I live in the north of Scotland and am an avid reader - usually 2 or 3 books on the go at the same time.  My favourites are British police procedurals, preferably with not too much swearing and not too bloodthirsty.  I try and stay with a series with the same characters so I can get to know their characters, home life etc.   I prefer to hold a proper book, but I use my kindle when reading in bed, and I use audio books when I am sewing.

Watch very little TV - too busy reading :) 

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Welcome to the forum, do you have any favourite series?

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Welcome. It's been sleeting here in the south of England and I've been watching Scotland in the snow on TV. Just the right sort of night to curl up with a good book. I love audio books too and I'm listening to The House on the Strand by Daphne du Maurier at the moment.

 

I'm sure you'll like it here.

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Not good weather at all, but good for reading - don't feel guilty sitting down.

 

Some of the book series I have read ....

 

Dorothy Simpson               (Thanet & Lineham)

Peter Lovesey                   (Peter Diamond)

J M Gregson                     (Lambert & Hook)

P F Ford                            (Slater & Norman)

James Whitworth              (Frank Miller)

Stephen Booth                  (Cooper & Fry)

Cynthia Harrod Eagles      (D I Slider)

Roger Silverwood              (Inspector Angel)

Peter Turnbull                    (Hennesey & Yellich)

Ann Granger                      (Mitchell & Markby)

  "        "                              (Campbell & Carter)

 

Further suggestions would be more than welcome

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Hello everyone, I have been a bit of a bookworm for most of my life. I just love books - in particularly Crime fiction, especially the Inspector Morse novels by Colin Dexter.

 

I look forward to pop into the form on a regular basis.

 

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