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The Books I Bought . . .

I love to walk down Charing Cross Road in London and browse through the bookshops–and oh! those windows! Walk along with me and I’ll show you the books I bought.

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Book Review: A Wreath of Roses by Elizabeth Taylor

A Wreath of Roses was the fourth book that Elizabeth Taylor wrote.  It was published in 1949.  I read it in 2009 and decided to reread it recently because I’ve become interested in the writing style of the author.  I … Continue reading

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The Books I Borrowed and Bought in London

Very early in my visit to London we went to two libraries–one a university library and the other a town library.  At these I borrowed The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie Forty Years On   by Alan Bennett Cathedral by Raymond Carver Box of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont by Elizabeth Taylor

This book is a definite selection for “Ten Books to Take to Desert Island”. It’s one of my favorite books of all time. I first read it in October 1971 and put a star after it in my Book Record. … Continue reading

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