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JacqMac
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In the silence, we will remember them....

Buechersuechtling 💔🤗 (I needed to look up the cause but my compassion is real.) 1d
JacqMac @Buechersuechtling It‘s Remembrance Day in Canada. On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, we remember those who were lost in war and all the people who fought and sacrificed for our freedom. This poem is always read at the ceremonies of remembrance. 1d
kspenmoll This is so beautiful. 21h
Lizpixie Lest We Forget🌺 16h
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kaysworld1
The Jigsaw Man | Paul Britton
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This book is brilliant.
It has everything from Fred and rose west, to John Venables who killed the kid on the railway tracks and many more rapists and murderers.
Although after 450 pages it is just finalizing case's and sentencing.
#librarybook #murderandcrime #readingthelibrary #books #bookworm #ilikebigbooks 😆☠️📚⚰️

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TheLudicReader
With Your Crooked Heart | Helen Dunmore
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I thought I would start a little series of posts about authors whose books are an automatic buy for me. I discovered Helen Dunmore years ago. The tagged book was the first of her books I read, and I fell in love. A Spell of Winter is my favourite. Of the pile pictured, I have yet to read Mourning Ruby and House of Orphans, which I just picked up a couple weeks ago. Please share your fave author piles #autobuy & please tag me so I can see.

Tamra My only auto buy author is Carys Davies, and sadly all my books are in boxes. 3d
TheLudicReader @Tamra never heard of either of those authors, although apparently I‘d already shelved the Davies book tbr. :-) 2d
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Linsy
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Loved my first Lucy Worsley! I‘ve been a fan of her documentaries for a while, so it‘s no wonder I enjoyed her style. This book was a fascinating mix of historical true crime, early forensic science and literary history.

Early for #GratefulReads, but this book was full of characters we all love to hate — like famed murderess Mary Ann Cotton.

Four hours down for #24b4Monday and one more book for #NFNov! #MrBook1inaMillion #LitsyPartyofOne

Andrew65 Going well! 4d
Rachel.Rencher Ooh that sounds good! 4d
MrBook Wow!!! Rockin‘ it! 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻😎🙌🏻 4d
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Lynnsoprano Wow! 👍👏👏 3d
OriginalCyn620 Sounds good! 👌🏻 3d
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Woohoo 🙌🏻🎉🎊 3d
Clwojick 6pts! Also - Is that background scrapbook paper? It is so pretty! 3d
Linsy @Clwojick Yes! I get a little splurgee when it comes to pretty paper. 💕 3d
Clwojick haha! Same. I have a literal closet full of scraping stuff. 3d
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Linsy
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“In France, arsenic was known as poudre de succession, or ‘inheritance powder‘, and until 1836 it was impossible to detect whether arsenic was present in a dead body.” ☠️

#nfnov #til

veritysalter A brilliant book, I love Lucy Worsley (she‘s funny on Twitter, pointing out everyday misogyny). 5d
Clwojick 4pt 4d
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kylienoele
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One last post for any Dr. Who fans on Litsy! On our vacation, my boyfriend and I stopped at a fun gaming bar called Battle and Brew in Atlanta. This was the bathroom!!!

BookwormAHN That's fantastic 💙 5d
wanderinglynn Very cool! 👍🏻 5d
Liatrek Awesome! 5d
Chrissyreadit Love it! 5d
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JHSiess
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📖 𝐆𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐚𝐰𝐚𝐲: 𝐓𝐰𝐨 𝐂𝐨𝐩𝐢𝐞𝐬 📖⁣⁣
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𝐑𝐨𝐛𝐞𝐫𝐭 𝐁𝐫𝐲𝐧𝐝𝐳𝐚's Detective Erika Foster series is engrossing & intriguing. The 3rd installment, 𝐃𝐚𝐫𝐤 𝗪𝐚𝐭𝐞𝐫, can be read as a stand-alone. Erika struggles emotionally as she investigates a very cold case. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⁣⁣

Enter to win one of two copies provided by Grand Central Publishing until midnight PST, Sun., Nov. 10th (U.S. & Canadian addresses): https://tinyurl.com/y6szvfmt

bookaholic1 I tried to enter, and it's for the USA only😥😥😥 6d
JHSiess @bookaholic1 U.S. & Canada. 5d
bookaholic1 @JHSiess ok will try again 5d
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mcctrish
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Fiction -most kinds. Wine, decaf tea, espresso in the morning to get my motor running 🤣 I like most things book related 📚. Hand cream, lip balm, moisturizer winter makes me shrivel up and flake away. Dark chocolate. Gingerbread. Shortbread. Love Actually. Die Hard. All the claymation movies. I LOVE old Christmas glass ornaments and bottle brush trees #xmasfaves #CanuckChristmasSwap

KarynGood Gingerbread always! 6d
mcctrish @KarynGood I got an amazing tea from David‘s tea called Gingerbread Blondie and it is so good 6d
KarynGood @mcctrish Oh, thanks for the rec! Going to buy some tomorrow! 6d
mcctrish @KarynGood I hope you enjoy it as much as me 6d
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veritysalter
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Scochrane26 I ❤️ most of bill Bryson‘s books. 1w
LeahBergen I have this one waiting on my shelf. 😄 1w
RachelAmphlett Brilliant book! I also loved “Down Under” 1w
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veritysalter He picks up on British quirks that we don‘t realise we have. It‘s great to see an outsiders (although he‘s lived here for years) view of our country. 1w
OriginalCyn620 Sounds great! 7d
Crazeedi I've had this book on my list for a while now, I really need to get to it!! 7d
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erzascarletbookgasm
Feminine Gospels | Carol Ann Duffy
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History by Carol Ann Duffy. 💔

#poetrymatters #history

TheSpineView Powerful! 🤩 1w
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