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Margitte Meyer

I have been reviewing books for a very long time for women groups, libraries, email lists, book clubs and various online sites. Books is not a passion, it is a way of life for me. I worked as a researcher, librarian, tv- and radio production managers write a guest column in a regional newspaper and basically try to do as little as possible in between. The problem is that there is no 'in-between'! I love what I chose to do. Life cannot get better than this.

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Fortunate by Andrew JH Sharp

A journey of discoveries: of the self, people, and wild, mysterious places

The Paris Lawyer by Sylvie Granotier

AMAZON BLURB: “A beautifully written and elegantly structured novel of a woman's attempt to solve the central mystery of her life, along with several other mysteries along the way. It captures the reader from the first page, and never lets go.” — Thomas H. Cook, winner of the Martin Beck Award, Barry Award for Best Novel, Edgar Award for Best Novel

The Last Train to Istandbul

A Part of history we never knew. How Turkey saved hundreds of Jews during WWII - as told in a riveting tale by Turkish internationally bestselling novelist Ay┼če Kulin.

The Body on the T by Mike Martin

I recommend this book to the reader who enjoys a good story that would not spread gut and gore all over the ocean floor. It is clean, fresh and perfectly spiced.

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