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Jul 25, 2017 06:16 |  #1

"No Way But Gentlenesse" - the memoirs of Richard Hill, the inspiration for the novel "A Kestrel for a Knave" and the film "Kes"


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Jul 27, 2017 04:40 |  #2

"Dead in the Dark" by Stephen Booth - the latest in the Cooper and Fry series of novels set in the the Peak District.


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Aug 09, 2017 00:42 |  #3

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Aug 09, 2017 10:31 |  #4

True History of the Kelly Gang by Peter Carey - The life and times of Ned Kelly based on the "Jerilderie letter"


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Sep 26, 2017 14:03 |  #5

"This Thing Of Darkness" by Harry Thompson - The life and times of Robert Fitzroy and Charles Darwin.


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Sep 26, 2017 15:28 |  #6

"Tyger Tyger Burning Bright" ed. Ana Sampson - Much loved poems you half remember

... because I think it would be wonderful if my little boy could half remember them too, when he grows up ...


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Sep 26, 2017 21:24 |  #7

john crossley wrote in post #18410695 (external link)
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Online articles that analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the offensive lines of various NFL teams.
For example:

Offensive line disaster: Should the Eagles have benched Isaac Seumalo vs. Chiefs?

New England Patriots need offensive tackles to shine vs. Houston Texans

The Giants' offensive line struggled mightily in a season-opening loss to Cowboys | Analysis

Roster analysis: Offensive line remains Jaguars' Achilles' heel


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Oct 28, 2017 20:32 |  #8

Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy, after having just read my first book by him, All the Pretty Horses. I think I am now a big Cormac McCarthy fan now.




  
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Oct 28, 2017 20:37 |  #9

Leadership Secrets of Colin Powell.


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Nov 09, 2017 13:57 |  #10

11/23/63 by Stephen King. Over 1000 pages.




  
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