Fri, 25 October 2013
In a wet and cold February, do you ever dream of escaping to a small Italian castle for sunshine and wisteria? Join four unhappy ladies who are longing for the right kind of love, and watch them unfold in Elizabeth von Arnim’s Enchanted April: one of the happiest reads of the 1920s.
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Category:simply heaven -- posted at: 1:30am CET
Fri, 11 October 2013
Fiendish plots, deadly traps, poison delivered by centipede, psychotropic fungi and man-eating mushrooms. Sax Rohmer invents lots of very intricate ways to kill people, delivered by Fu Manchu with contempt for the bumbling Nayland Smith and Dr Petrie who struggle to beat his dastardly ways. For readers who can ignore primitive and appalling racism in the pursuit of jaw-dropping plots.
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Category:nemesis and revenge -- posted at: 1:30am CET