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« Reply #390 on: Monday, August 24, 2020, 13:29:29 »

Haha, sorry. I should've been more thoughtful, as once I noticed certain things, I then seemed to notice them on almost every page, which detracted from my enjoyment a touch!  Girl Giggle

your Grand Barry!!  Angry Wink
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we've been to Aberdeen, we hate the Hibs, they make us spew up, so make some noise,
the gorgie boys, for Hearts in Europe.
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« Reply #391 on: Monday, August 24, 2020, 13:30:16 »

The Vinyl Detective series by Andrew Cartmel are quite enjoyable, a slightly different concept about a detective who finds rare records.
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« Reply #392 on: Saturday, January 2, 2021, 09:06:07 »

Next is Neither Wolf Nor Dog by Kent Nerburn.

A book hasn't affected me so much in a very long time. The story of conversations between a Native American elder and a white author as they travel around, trying to understand their commonalities and differences, struggling to make sense of the past and how to move to a better future.

Next up, The Sun Does Shine - How I Found Life And Freedom On Death Row by Anthony Ray Hinton.
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Now, who's the real thugs, killers and gangsters? Set the revolution, let the things bust and thank us.
When the smoke clear, you can see the sky again, there will be the chopped off heads of leviathan.
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