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    Horror Books on Kindle by Christopher Bike Have you read? Title "Conflict Darkness" Dolls vs. Ghosts <a href="https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KB6HWFW/s?k=horror+books&i=digital-text&ref=nb_sb_noss_1">Conflict Darkness</a>
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  4. I don't feel like I want to read them as urgently as I always want to read the novels either, for the same reason. Which is lucky because I have no idea where I put the charger for my kindle...
  5. The Last Film You Saw - 2020

    The dialogue is cringe worthy! . And I found Rey was an infuriating character in this film.
  6. Last month I was listening to a Rick Steve's European Podcast. He did an interview with a woman 195 weeks providing a recipe from every country, for her family. I was so intrigued that I decided to do this for our grands (and us) to incorporate with some geography and history. I was wondering if our non American members can list some relatively easy recipes that we may be able to try? Maybe a little background to go with it? Thanks!
  7. Black Velvet band. . Unknown Irish folk.
  8. The Last Film You Saw - 2020

    I'm currently wading through "The Rise of Skywalker", not very involving really, and the dialogue is risible! It has picked up a bit now, but is a bit of a slog.
  9. The Last Film You Saw - 2020

    The Salisbury poisonings on BBC.
  10. Black Velvet - Alannah Myles
  11. Young, Gifted and Black ~ Nina Simone
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  13. Young At Heart - Frank Sinatra
  14. Young Americans - David Bowie
  15. I hate to admit it, but I think the reason I can see the circles is because I'm short-sighted and used to seeing things out of focus
  16. What's the weather like?

    We had 31°C on Friday 31st, though the heat didn’t last for long, thankfully the day after it was only in the low 20s. And now they are forecasting us a chilly 8°C tomorrow morning! Then possibly a warming up from the south next weekend. It seems to be gyroscope-style weather!
  17. I’ve got the audio version of this one to listen to. Looking forward to it now, as listening (or reading) books of lighter styles are better at the mo. . Exactly!
  18. Madeleine's Book Log - ongoing

    "The Julius House" by Charlaine Harris - this is the 4th in the Aurora Teagarden mystery series set in Laurenceton, in Georgia, and in this one Roe, as she is known, is preparing for her wedding to Martin Bartell. His present to her is a lovely house, which is notorious for the fact that it's previous owners, the Julius family, disappeared overnight 6 years ago and not a trace has been found of them since. but Roe is thrilled and sets about revamping the property, although she is more than slightly curious about the couple who Martin rents out the apartment over the garage to, supposedly an Army buddy of his who has fallen on hard times, but he and his wife are more like a SWAT team. And when Roe and the wife are attached by an axe man, she begins to wonder why Martin has to keep making so many trips to places like Guatemala. Meanwhile the house's past inevitably comes back to haunt them, and Roe finds herself, as usual, in great danger. It's all written in a breezy style and Roe, despite being somewhat dim at times, is a likeable heroine and this was an easy, fast read 7.5/10
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