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A touch of Daniel
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A touch of Daniel

A touch of Daniel 18 January 2017 tags: Books, English culture, pre-Thatcher Britain, reading A Touch Of Daniel by Peter

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Robert Goddard: pastiche and parody The Ends of the Earth: by Robert GoddardMy rating: 3 of 5 stars This is the

Neoinkings: Time to talk
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Neoinkings: Time to talk

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Kiss: File JC 110
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Kiss: File JC 110

Kiss: File JC 110 29 December 2016 tags: police spies, Spevial Branch, surveillance, suspicious, trust Kiss File Jc 110 by

The Red Queen
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Sacred Britain: place and pilgrimage
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Sacred Britain: place and pilgrimage

Sacred Britain: place and pilgrimage 16 December 2016 tags: Britain, holy places, sacred geography, pilgrimage Sacred Britain by Martin Palmer

Beaufighters over Burma
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The Whistler: corruption unmasked
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