Matthew Bartholomew is a physician in medieval Cambridge when the Bubonic plague strikes. In addition he must investigate some mysterious murders. An absorbing mystery with great attention to historical detail.
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“How to be Happy” – is a powerful read about life, happiness and the power of perspective. Eva Woods encourages us all to take stock of life and what is really important at the end of the day.
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A wonderful book by Craig Sherbourne about of family of outsiders. They are outside ‘normal’ society but are attractive characters who are strong on love and concern for each other as they struggle through life in rural Victoria.
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This is an easy read – deceptively simple but one that left me thinking throughout. It’s definitely a page turner, quick plot & great characters. It also make you question yourself & your assumptions. 4/5 stars
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An appalling childhood followed by the battlefields of Gallipoli followed by raising a family through the Depression and he still thinks he had “A Fortunate Life”. You’ll barely recognise the Australia he talks about.
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What if they re-started travel to the moon? What if they ran a lottery for 3 kids to stay on the moon for 1 week? What if they LIED about what we think we know about the moon?
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The Museum of Broken Relationships gives a fascinating insight into the connection between people and the things that are often left after separation from those who we love. From stuffed toys to kitchen utensils, hand-written letters to breast implants, this book presents 203 items and the stories behind them that were donated to the two Museums of Broken Relationships. Funny, sad, bizarre and inspiring, this book invokes different emotions with each page and is hard to put down.
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