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Flick Merauld

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Average rating: 3.53 · 174 ratings · 38 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Aunt Sally Team

3.43 avg rating — 159 ratings — published 2012 — 3 editions
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I seem to have been reading out of my usual genre lately: first Lisa Richardson's Blog of the Dead series, then Daniela Sacerdoti's Sarah Midnight trilogy, and now this. I can't speak too highly of Spirit Houses: the breadth and scope of her writing ...more
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Steps to Heaven by Wendy Cartmell
Steps to Heaven
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I'm so glad I looked at this book. I saw it on twitter and thought the idea was original, so read the blurb and decided to give it a try. I was gripped all the way through. Part of this was the familiarity of the services background (I was brought up ...more
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Swimming Upstream by Ruth Mancini
Swimming Upstream
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This is an unusual book and, in many ways, a sad one, exploring as it does the angst and dissatisfaction of life and relationships in what was quite a brittle era. The portrayal of bi polar personality is interesting as is the issue of control and do ...more
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NORTHMAN by J.D. Hughes
NORTHMAN
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Brilliant but not for the faint-herted:
Phew! this book has so many threads, twists, turns and themes. The prose reminds me of Ernest Hemingway, John Masters and other writers of the first half of the 20th century, while the explorations of life's mea
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The Aunt Sally Team by Flick Merauld
"It sounds like a cliché but Flick Merauld's novel, `The Aunt Sally Team', does work at many different levels. The title and cover suggest a light-hearted, humorous tale about an ill-assorted band of characters in an obscure corner of English paroc..." Read more of this review »
The Aunt Sally Team by Flick Merauld
"Don’t expect fireworks from Aunt Sally, although there are several dramatically tense moments that will have you wondering about outcomes and worrying about the fate of various characters. This is a delightful and gentle comedy of Englishness, but..." Read more of this review »
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The Taming Of The Hart by Lorraine Burgess
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A lovely feel good book:
This author is a born story teller. She has a gift for dialogue, scene setting and characterisation and I really liked some of the characters very much. The book has a feel-good factor that makes it fun to read and I was surpr
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Wrong Place Wrong Time by David P. Perlmutter
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Truly nailbiting!
The author says he isn't a writer. I beg to differ. The old adage says write about what you know about, and that's what he's done - and done it extremely well. There were some grammatical errors that altered the sense of one or two s
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“The card was displayed in the post office window between ‘Room to let, suit single professional person’ and ‘Kittens, 12 weeks old, litter trained’. Diana wouldn’t have seen it if she hadn’t been checking her reflection to see if her new jacket was creased.”
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