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Falling from horses by

Free arc received via NetGalley Bud Frazer left home when he was nineteen. For a few years he rode the…

To kill a mockingbird [based on the book] by dir. by

In a small town in Alabama in the 1930’s Atticus Finch is working hard to raise his two children; his…

Made for each other dir. by

Up and coming lawyer John Mason has just returned from taking a deposition in Boston. But work wasn’t all that…

The Book Thief by

At the end of the nineteen thirties in Germany a little girl travelled with her mother and brother on the…

Address Unknown by

Reread for my book club. And on second read it is just as powerful, if not more so than on…

Light in August by

Lena Grove is looking for her man. The father of her unborn child. He told her that he’d go ahead,…

What Doctor Gottlieb saw by

the Little Red Reviewer posted her review of Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis today and in it mentioned this short…

Silverfin by

Book 1 in the Young Bond series. James Bond has just started Eaton College. It’s a huge change, so many…

Rin Tin Tin by

The life and legend of the world’s most famous dog While serving during World War I serviceman Lee Duncan came…

The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary by

I recently posted a link to some of the nebula nominees that are available to read online. And today I…

I capture the castle by

I capture the castle

Cassandra Mortmain’s father is a famous writer; unfortunatley he has been suffering from writer’s block for years. Her mother is dead, but she has a lovely stepmother now in Topaz. She also has a younger brother Thomas, and and older sister, Rose. And then there is Stephen, who has grown up with them, not forgetting the dog Heloise and the cat Abelard. They live in a ruin of a castle in England, and have no income. Which means no money for clothes, repairs, rent, or food. They have sold everything worth selling. And then the two Cotton brothers arrive on the scene.

The King’s Speech dir. by

The wireless changed a great many things. Before, all that was required of a monarch was that he look the…

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