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Game CXCI: Still summer, still reading

Posted by netla (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 30, 14 at 7:16

Yoyobon posted: COAL AND COCA - COLA: Small Town USA 1949 by Linda Shelnutt

Karma Cola: Marketing the Mystic East - Gita Mehta


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My Karma Ran Over My Dogma: Lessons Learned by a Whistle-Blowing Minister Turned Mystic -- Monica McDowell

(couldn't resist)


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Postern of Fate...........Agatha Christie


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The Christie Caper - Carolyn G. Hart


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Capers in the Sauce - Laura Lockington


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How to Cook a Wolf - M.F.K. Fisher


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Wonder stories told for children-- Hans Christian Andersen


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The Children Act - Ian McEwan


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BABIES AND OTHER HAZARDS OF SEX: How to Make a Tiny Person in Only 9 Months, with Tools You Probably Have around The House....... by Dave Barry


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Home Improvement 1-2-3: Expert Advice from the Home Depot. - Home Depot (in case you couldn't pick that up..!)


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Home Maintenance for Dummies, James and Morris Carey


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Ventriloquism for Dummies: Life of a Comedian-- by John Wing Jr.


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The Stinky Cheese Man And Other Fairly Stupid Tales - Jon Scieszka


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Say Cheese - Le Grand Fromage


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The Cat Who Said Cheese -- Lilian Jackson Braun


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Bleu Cheese Pizza Girl and Other Quirky Tales ---Bob Jordan


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Who Moved My Cheese? - By Spencer Johnson


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The Cheshire Cheese - Charles Foster

(both the name of a type of cheese and a famous pub in the City of London where Dr Johnson used to hold-forth)


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Veer...........you are such an amazing overachiever !!
Brava !

NEVER SMILE AT A CROCODILE by Trish Lamoree


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A Certain Smile - Francois Sagan


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Turn that Frown Upside Down - N R Michell

(yoyo it isn't over achieving it's just showing off!)


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Up the Down Staircase, Bel Kaufman


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The spirit catches you and you fall down : a Hmong child, her American doctors, and the collision of two cultures-- Anne Fadiman


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Working with your Spirit Guides - Ruth White


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I Heard the Owl Call My Name - Margaret Craven


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WHO by Geoff Smart

This post was edited by yoyobon on Fri, Jul 4, 14 at 7:45


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(that was great, yoyobon!)

The Girl Who Played with Fire....Stieg Larrson


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Playing the Piano for Pleasure--. Charles Cooke


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A Manual of Scales Broken Chords & Arpeggios - Ruth Gerard


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ALL THUMBS by Scott Parker


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Otto of the Silver Hand - Howard Pyle


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The man with the miraculous hands-- Joseph Kessel


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The Finger-Eater - Dick King-Smith


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FINGER LICKIN' GOOD by L. Henry Dowell


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Something Warm From the Oven: Baking Memories; Making Memories...........Eileen Goudge


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A BUN IN THE OVEN: The Real Guide to Pregnancy by Kaz Cooke


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The king's midwife : a history and mystery of Madame du Coudray-- Nina Rattner Gelbart


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Don't Wake the Royal Baby - Martha Mumford


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BORN WITH A SILVER SPOON IN HIS MOUTH (1870) by Philip Bennett Power


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Fools' Gold (Order of Darkness) -- Philippa Gregory


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The golden bowl-- Henry James


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Murder on the Bowling Green - Richard Derbyshire


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Death in the Stocks - Georgette Heyer


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KILLER'S INVESTMENT by Robert Leslie Bellem


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The killers within : the deadly rise of drug-resistant bacteria--- Michael Shnayerson


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Drug Mules Guide to Wealth Love and Happiness - Wynn Walker


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Walking with a French Ass: A Pilgrimage to Santiago -
Mr William H Glover Jr

( is this a double !?)


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Where in the World is Carmen San Diego? - Barbara Rieman and Roy Rieman


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The Diligent : a voyage through the worlds of the slave trade-- Robert W. Harms


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Yoyo, I think your last is a definite double.

Here's another double:

The Far Traveler: Voyages of a Viking Woman - Nancy Marie Brown


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Viking Languages: Old Norse Runes & Icelandic Sagas - J L Byock


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The Sagas of Ragnar Lodbrok -- Ben Waggoner


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THAT'S A MOUTHFUL by Prism Thomas


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Stories matter : the role of narrative in medical ethics-- Rita Charon


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Where Does it Hurt?: What the Junior Dr did Next - Max Pemberton


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Open Up & Say Aaah!----Erica Peitler


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Diagnosis, therapy, and evidence : conundrums in modern American medicine by Gerald N. Grob


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Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be? - Meg Peterson


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Dear and Glorious Physician, Taylor Caldwell


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APPEARANCES CAN BE DECEIVING by Danielle Glass


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Through the language glass : why the world looks different in other languages --Dr. Guy Deutscher


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Is Your Glass Half Empty or Half Full? - K J Smith


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PESSIMISTIC OPTIMISM by Jason Aaron Goldberg


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How Doctors Think--Jerome Groupman


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Group Psychotherapy & Psychodynamic Theory with Addicted Populations - Flores & Carruth

(yoyo get your teeth into that!)


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HE SAID BEER, SHE SAID WINE by Sam Calagione and Marnie Old


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Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus: The Classic Guide to Understanding the Opposite Sex
by John Gray




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How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had It Coming - Mike Brown


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Red Dwarf: Infinity Welcomes Careful Drivers - Grant Naylor


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In Our Hearts We Were Giants: The Remarkable Story of the Lilliput Troupe--A Dwarf Family's Survival of the Holocaust -- Yehuda Koren


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Jack and the Beanstalk - Benjamin Tabart. (First known appearance in print in 1807.)


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Giant - Edna Ferber


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Thumbelina - Hans Christian Andersen


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Magic of Small Spaces (Interior Design) (English, French and Spanish Edition) by H. Kliczkowski

(Perfect for Thumbelina!)


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Downsizing Outsourcing & Backstabbing - Stuart Klubler


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Get Over It! How to survive Breakups, Back-stabbing Friends and Bad Haircuts...Beth Mayall


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Truth & beauty : a friendship --Ann Patchett


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Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister - Gregory Maguire

(a double!)


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Cinderella is So Annoying: as Told by the Wicked Step-Mother - Trisha Shaskan

(lots of points all round)


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JEWISH FAIRY TALES & LEGENDS --Gertrude "Aunt Naomi" Landa


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Does Your Rabbi Know You're Here? - Anthony Clavane


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BORN TO KVETCH by Michael Wex


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The Golem - David Wisniewski


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Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry, Henry Kemelman


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Talk Dirty Yiddish: Beyond Drek: The curses, slang, and street lingo you need to know when you speak Yiddish by Ilene Schneider (who is a rabbi!)


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The Complete Merde: French you were Never Taught in School - Genevreve


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A Year in the Merde -- Stephen Clarke


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A Month in the Country - J. L. Carr


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Three Weeks in Spring - Robert & Joan Parker


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24 HOURS IN THE LIFE OF A WOMAN by Stefan Zweig


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Cottage for Sale, Must Be Moved: A Woman Moves a House to Make a Home-- Kate Whouley


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The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady - Edith Holden


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Rural Rides - William Cobbett


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Truly Rural - Richardson Little Wright


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Cold Comfort Farm - Stella Gibbons


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Turnip Townsend's Plough Boy - L G Marsh


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Farmer Boy, Laura Ingalls Wilder


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Uncle Tungsten : memories of a chemical boyhood-- Oliver W. Sacks


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Travels with my Aunt - Graham Greene


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My Cousin Rachel - Daphne du Maurier


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The Summer of the Great-Grandmother - Madeleine D'Engle


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THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT by John Steinbeck


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Winter's Tale - Mark Helprin


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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic: 1910-1913 (Vol. 1) - Apsley Cherry Garrard (1922)


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Smilla's Sense of Snow - Peter Hoag


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The Frost Chronicles - Kate Avery Ellison


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Snow Falling on Cedars-- by David Guterson


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The Icicle and the Sun - William Sansom


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American Medical Association Handbook of First Aid and Emergency Care - AMA


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THE MOST BORING BOOK EVER WRITTEN by Daniel Pitts and Rudolf Kerkhoven


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We Can Get Along - Lauren Murphy Payne, MSW.

:-)


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Fathers and Sons, Ivan Turgenev


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Marriage and the family in the Middle ages-- Frances Gies


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The Mid-Life Crisis - Victoria Mather & Sue Macartney-Snape

(these two used to brighten up the w/end Telegraph I miss them)

Here is a link that might be useful: Telegraph readers Laughing at ourselves


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Fifty Shades of Gray - E.L. James


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BAD LOVE by Jonathan Kellerman


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Cruel banquet : the life and loves of Frida Strindberg --Monica J. Strauss


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How to Prevent Food Poisoning: A Practical Guide - Elizabeth Scott


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DEATH ON EAT STREET by J. J. Cook


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Too Many Cooks .... Rex Stout


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The Joy of Cooking, Irma Rombauer


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Typhoid Mary : captive to the public's health-- Judith Walzer Leavitt

(For those not familiar w/ her: Mary was a cook who spread typhoid, but wouldn't give up cooking. She was ultimately confined for life on an island off NYC)


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TOXIC PEOPLE by Marshell Forte


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People of the Lie - F. Scott Peck


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Tuskegee's truths : rethinking the Tuskegee syphilis study-- Susan Reverby


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Do Not Trust Him Gentle Maiden aka The Gypsy's Warning - Robert Coard

(a Victorian ballad rather than a book but I felt the title appropriate ;-))

Here is a link that might be useful: Listen and take heed.


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UNCOUTH SLEUTH by Charles Fulp


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A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, Robert L. Freedman


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Piano lessons : music, love & true adventures-- Noah Adams


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A Duet with an Occasional Chorus - Arthur Conan Doyle


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Piano Player - Kurt Vonnegut


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The Ivory Tower.........Henry James


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RAPUNZEL UNTANGLED by CIndy C. Bennett


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The Gift of the Magi--O. Henry


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Good one, Leel.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - J.K. Rowling


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GRIMOIRE FOR THE APPRENTICE WIZARD by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart


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Little Witch ... Anna Elizabeth Bennett


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Mystery, magic, and medicine; the rise of medicine from superstition to science- Howard Wilcox Haggard


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The Old Hag and the Spider - Inge Moore


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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe - C.S. Lewis


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Inside the Wardrobe of Anne Boleyn, Barbara Parker Bell


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The Tudors: The Complete Story of England's Most Notorious Dynasty-- G.J. Meyer


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Divorced Beheaded Died - Kevin Flude

( refers to Henry VIII's unfortunate wives)

Here is a link that might be useful: Hear it Here from 'Horrible Histories'


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What do you do When your Marriage goes Sour? - Jay E. Adams


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Men Who Can't Love - Stephen Carter


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WOMEN WHO LOVE TOO MUCH by Robin Norwood


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Jane Eyre --Charlotte Brontë


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What's That in the Attic? - Sean Orford


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THE CRAZY OLD LADY IN THE ATTIC by Kathleen Valentine


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Rebecca by-- Daphne Du Maurier


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Secret Tips from a Housekeeper - 'Mrs Danvers'


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