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    Here are two very different books but both are liable to bring a smile to your face, although for the WTF Knits it may be a bit of a grimace when you see that someone, for whatever reason has knitted a scene of a patient in bed vomiting over the doctor! Enough of the happy stuff.

    Cute Emergencies by Tony Heally


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    A book for those with strong stomachs.

    A brutal police procedural novel, set in the city of Bishkek in the state of Kyrgystan.

    Graphic descriptions of corpses are interspersed with descriptions of life in a corrupt, snowy place. Illegal drug use and prostitution ...
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    3. History,
    4. Non-Military
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    This is the story of Jane Eyre as you have never read it before. Jane Stubbs has subtly and engagingly retold the events at Thornfield Hall in a new way perfect for today: the language in keeping with the setting but accessible to the modern reader, the story weaving effortlessly above and below stairs in a way to make Downtown Abbey jealous. If you haven’t read Jane Eyre, or seen any of the film adaptations, you could still enjoy this book but I think you wouldn’t understand how great it is. ...
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    When I saw the synopsis for this book I was interested to read it:-

    It’s the perfect love story. Perhaps too perfect......

    If love is a drug could Judith be headed for rehab?


    Grabs you? However when I got the book and saw that is was a translation from German my heart sank. It is my opinion that something is always lost in translation, and I feel it is the case with this. ...
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    2. Memoire/Battlefield Memoire,
    3. Non-Fiction
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    Counterpart is a memoir tribute to the lives of two people, Major Ian Smith and Supin Smith, Rorie Smith's father and wife respectively. Written as Smith sorts through his father's possessions it is a reflection on the life of that decorated World War Two hero and those who passed before him, including both Smith's mother and sister, but with his Thai wife Supin; who battled Parkinson's disease for twenty five years being the other main focus.

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