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#Project365 2021 week 38

Day 262: my first ever attempt at a bread and butter pudding for Chris and the kids using my mum’s recipe from her 1970s cookbook! Day 263: a late night out at a PTA meeting. Day 264: new Fitbit badge after 1 year and 2 days of wearing it every day Day 265: Anya loved […]

Little Bones, by Patricia Gibney

Isabel Gallagher is found murdered in her daughter’s bedroom, an old fashioned razor in her hand. Another woman, Joyce, goes missing and her child is abducted. Again a razor is located amongst her possessions. DI Lottie Parker frantically organises her team as she is convinced the cases are linked… Little Bones is the 10th book […]

The Bookbinder’s Daughter, by Jessica Thorne

  Sophie is in an unhealthy relationship and struggling to cope following the death of her father. Her uncle sweeps in to offer her a job and home but Sophie is haunted by a past she doesn’t remember. Can she finally reveal the secrets fo the past and find out the thruth about her mother’s […]

Fun that shines with Crystalina dolls

*We were sent these dolls for the purpose of this review. All opinions and photos are my own. Harness the power of crystals with Crystalina dolls! There are four Crystalina dolls to collect and we received Amethyst and Aventurine and now Anya wants to get Rose Quartz and Turquoise for Christmas! Each Crystalina doll comes […]

The Seamstress of Warsaw, by Rebecca Mascull

1940, war rages in Europe. Daniel Summerskill’s childhood ends abruptly when his home is bombed and he learns a secret about his identity. Meanwhile, in Nazi occupied Warsaw, the Jews are forced into a ghetto amid danger and fear… The Seamstress of Warsaw is an historical novel set in 1940 in both London and Warsaw. […]