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Today I finished 'The Virgin's Lover' by Philippa Gregory and I really enjoyed it.  I love the double crossing and scheming that goes on in Philippa Gregory's historical novels! It brings historical textbooks to life.

 

Now I'm going to read 'The House of Cold Hill' by Peter James. My friend lent me this book, because she knows that I liked watching 'The Haunting of Hill House' and this looks similar.

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On ‎3‎/‎12‎/‎2018 at 4:44 PM, dolly said:

Any fans of W.Somerset Maugham here?

 

 

The only book I've read of his (a very long time ago) is The Moon and Sixpence, loosely based on the artist Paul Gaugin. I can remember very much enjoying it at the time and have always meant to read more of his books.

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I'm reading Around the World With Aunty Mame by Patrick Dennis. Am enjoying his sense of humour and the antics of the eccentric Aunty Mame. A very funny book.

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18 hours ago, poppy said:

 

The only book I've read of his (a very long time ago) is The Moon and Sixpence, loosely based on the artist Paul Gaugin. I can remember very much enjoying it at the time and have always meant to read more of his books.

It’s actually the next Maugham book on my list. In a while, I will definitely share my views on it.

It’s magical, opening something new by your favourite author, isn’t it?

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On ‎5‎/‎12‎/‎2018 at 4:27 PM, dolly said:

It’s actually the next Maugham book on my list. In a while, I will definitely share my views on it.

It’s magical, opening something new by your favourite author, isn’t it?

 

It is! And what's great about this place, is being introduced to new authors you would never have discovered otherwise.

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2 hours ago, poppy said:

 

It is! And what's great about this place, is being introduced to new authors you would never have discovered otherwise.

Looking forward to that unique experience:smile:

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