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The Ambulance Made Two Trips

by Murray Leinster

This is the most delightful short story.Leinsters sense of humour is light and not at all mean.
If you don't enjoy this story I can't vimagine where you are coming from.

Reviewed on 2015.06.03

The Velvet Glove

by Henry Seton Merriman

This is a great book. What more could you ask for beautiful writing strong plot striking hero remarkable heroine noxious villain. Set in Spain in the Basque country.

Reviewed on 2015.05.17

The Dark Tower

by Phyllis Bottome

A beautiful and classic love story. The characters are nicely delineated and it conveys the feel of the period.

Reviewed on 2015.05.15

The Three Brothers

by Eden Phillpotts

Three brothers and their interwoven story in the setting of Dartmoor in the 1800's.Usually I am not very attracted by descriptions of scenery but here they are so remarkable and vivid they illuminate the whole book.
The story is one of redemption, the characters very individual and well drawn. The style and types are
typical of the time. It is not fast moving but is beautiful in many ways and the story has its twists and turns.

Reviewed on 2015.01.06

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