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From the Book Shelf – Indestructible by John R Bruning

Written by on 24 September 2020

With a title like Indestructible one would think this book would be about a bridge or a building.  But you would be wrong, because this book is a biography of an American who – as the front of the book purports – changed the course of World War II.   Yes it is a true […]

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From the Book Shelf – Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

Written by on 6 August 2020

FROM THE BOOK SHELF A review by Julie Finch-Scally ATLAS SHRUGGED By Ayn Rand It is many years since I have read this book.  So long ago that I had forgotten what the story was about.  When a few weeks ago, while reading an article in the Business Section of the newspaper where the writer […]

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From The Book Shelf – A NECESSARY MURDER by M. J. TJIA

Written by on 5 March 2020

Classed as A Heloise Chancey Mystery, A Necessary Murder being the 2nd in the series, is set in Stoke Newington in London during the mid 1800s. Heloise is a courtesan living in a well-established house, with her mother Amah acting as her personal house maid. Ahmad has an Indonesian background and a secret past which […]

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