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2019: My year of reading presents and loans

By the Pricking of my Thumbs by Agatha Christie Devil’s Advocates: Frenzy by Ian Cooper The Orton Diaries by Joe Orton, edited by John Lahr Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman Between Them – Remembering my Parents by … Continue reading

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Ten books that changed my life

So, in the summer of 2018, a friend of mine wondered if I had time to do this thing on Facebook where you talk about books that changed your life. I found the time, because I loved how it forced … Continue reading

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Books on shelves in shops (part 2)

My regular reader may remember a post, wherein I bully friends and relatives into finding the anthology Stations in bookshops and take pictures for me to upload to this site. Now it’s happening again, with the publication of the first … Continue reading

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Books on shelves in shops

Matt asked if I had seen Stations in the London Review Bookshop, my second favourite in the whole of London. I hadn’t, although only a few days earlier I had dragged two friends there, just to check. I asked why … Continue reading

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