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Terror in the West Country

I just finished my first book of my RIP 2013 series and as always I am astounded and in awe of the masterpiece creation of detective fiction called Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle! I have read everything under the sun which has Sherlock Holmes appearing in it, including regrettably many of the spin… Continue reading Terror in the West Country

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Ladies Choice…

I just finished reading a New Yorker article by Laura Hemphill, Why Women Should Skip Business School.  On my very first reading of the article, it left me bristling and the feminist inside me, that rarely comes out, (Feminism and Post Feminism is all very passé! ) kind of exploded.  Ms. Hemphill, herself a survivor… Continue reading Ladies Choice…

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Once upon a time and everytime…..

So the Classic Club’s September Meme is contributed by Brona from Brona’s Books – Rereading a favorite classic at different stages of your life gives you different insights with each reading. Is there one classic you’ve read several times that also tells a story about you? Please be forewarned, this is going to be a loooooonnnngggg… Continue reading Once upon a time and everytime…..