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Am reading a Ruth Rendell mystery and a gorgeous book set in Birmingham in the 1930's. It is actually two separate stories and makes me ever so glad to be born in the current times!
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I enjoyed Winter Solstice...in fact, I need to curl up with a cozy Pilcher book soon! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
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Winter Solstice is another one of my all time favorite. Pilcher is wonderful! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your book! I have only read one book by this author and that was a long time ago.ReplyDelete
Looks like a great read. Hope you enjoy it.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a good read, enjoy!ReplyDelete
Have to read a Rendell mystery soon! Enjoy your thick book, which has a nice cover and promises some good reading!ReplyDelete
I haven't read any of Pilcher's books, but they look like fun reads! Enjoy your book!ReplyDelete
Happy reading this week :)ReplyDelete
1930 books also make me glad to have not been born than :-)ReplyDelete
I've never read anything by this author but judging by the description of this one on Amazon I think I may have to remedy that soon. Hope you enjoy it!ReplyDelete
Love Rosamunde's books. Have a great reading week.ReplyDelete
You are right...reading historical fiction always reminds how lucky I am to live right now!ReplyDelete
Not too many times in history when being female is a positive experience LOL Enjoy your read this week.ReplyDelete
I never really got in to the Ruth Rendell Mysteries - too British for me I think.ReplyDelete
Have a great reading week!
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
Haven't read a Ruth Rendell for ages. Hope you enjoy!ReplyDelete
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I haven't read any of Renedell's novels, but I hope you enjoy it!ReplyDelete