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Books Review – Midnight House

Midnight House – By Alex Berenson This is the second book about CIA agent John Wells. (I haven’t read the first – just…

Book Review – Untold Story – A Novel By Monica Ali

Book Review – Untold Story – A Novel By Monica Ali

  Untold Story – A Novel By Monica Ali THE BOOK cover of Untold Story displays a regal side photo of a crowned…

Books Review – Private London

Books Review – Private London

Private London – by James Patterson with Mark Pearson OUR CHOICE this month is the book Private London by the wonderful #1 bestselling…

Books Review – The Racketeer

Books Review – The Racketeer

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Coronation Street Monthly Update April 2014

THIS MONTH, Rita Tanner has her heart broken all over again. Now then, it isn’t the first time Rita’s had her heart broken and it might not be…

Coronation Street Monthly Update March 2014

CORONATION STREET lost one of its best characters this month. After 16 years playing Hayley Cropper, actress Julie Hesmondhalgh left the show. There was no way that Hayley…

Coronation Street Monthly Update February 2014

Coronation Street Monthly Update February 2014

HAYLEY’S GIVEN devastating news this month – she’s only got weeks left to live after a scan shows the cancer has spread to her liver, the chemotherapy isn’t…

Coronation Street Monthly Update January 2014

Coronation Street Monthly Update January 2014

IT’S THE run-up to Carla’s wedding to Peter and she’s wondering if she’s done the right thing in asking Hayley to create her dress when she sees Hayley’s…


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