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July 2020
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To the ghostly or non existent person behind Booklikes. I have been here for years now, as well as on many other book relat...
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My review of Piers Compton's biography of Harold II is up on my website! Please enjoy with my compliments.
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I was initially a little thrown by the gentle, low-key tone of this mystery. Now I see that it is part of the evocation of an...
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A Green Violetear (Venezuela, 2014). Hummingbirds are always exciting to see!
June 2020
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A Yellow Warbler, one of my personal favourite birds of the Alberta summer.
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June 2020
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I got some nostalgia feels this weekend guys. I had so much fun reading the Fear Street series that I decided I am going to t...
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Because I just discovered there's an organization called CrimeCon, where people get together to discuss cold cases, solved an...
reviewed: Calhoun Statue
So if you have seen the headlines about the Charleston Calhoun statue coming down, this book lays out, in great depth, the re...
Denmark Vesey’s Garden: Slavery and Memory in the Cradle of the Confederacy - Blain Roberts, Ethan J. Kytle
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As I just finished the last book of Josephine Tey's Inspector Grant series (and have also read both of her nonseries mysterie...
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A Kea, a parrot of New Zealand. They are very intelligent and can be quite the trouble makers. (2012)
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I knew that Andrew Carnegie lived through the American Civil War, but I don't think I ever appreciated how important of a rol...