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LindyLou

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  1. What books do you remember as a child, and did you have a Favourite? For me it was Ballet Shoes, Noel Streatfeild, and the three aspiring Stage sisters Pauline, Petrova and Posy. Lindy x
  2. A gripping must read is: The Life We Bury, by Allen Eskens. A mystery thriller, plenty of twists and turns. Superb read. Lindy x
  3. Recommend 'The Couple Next Door', by Shari Lapena. Compelling Thriller, with great twists and turns. Utterly absorbing! Lindy x
  4. Hello Nollaig, Appreciate your response. Didn't realise her books could be variable! Would you be kind enough to suggest a second title by her, that is good to consider after I finish this one? Many thanks, Lindy
  5. The Last Film You Saw - 2020

    GREEN BOOK, watched on DVD. Apparently story inspired by a true friendship. Very entertaining, funny and feel good to your toes!!
  6. Just started reading Lisa Jewell's 'The Family Upstairs'. Already feel engrossed. Various interesting characters all interlinked. This book on each page is telling me it will be a splendid mystery thriller. I want to know what happened and why!! Don't tell me though!
  7. "Shhhhh"

    Quite open to books that could be regarded as - "a good read" Probably easier to say what I don't enjoy .... sci-fy and horror Will look forward to sharing and hearing on this Forum ....
  8. Stuck on which Section?

    Athena, you're a star! Clearing up the cotton-wool in my head, and explaining the system easily. Appreciate this, thank you.
  9. Stuck on which Section?

    Apologies for being probably 'dense' - but have just joined and already stuck on first hurdle YIKES Is there a section to put a title of a book and a review? Many thanks LindyLou
  10. "Shhhhh"

    Hello, Saying "Hello" quietly, so as not to disturb folk from reading. (I remember when "Shhhhh" would often be heard from Library Staff) LindyLou
  11. Greetings!

    Saying "Hello" quietly - so not to disturb folk from reading (I remember Libraries when "Shhh" was the most heard remark by Staff)! LindyLou
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