Monthly Archives: September 2011

Europe’s first train station library a success

Feel the need to read, whilst waiting for your train? Well if you live in Holland your needs are meet with Europe’s first train station library. to read the full article click here Advertisements

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Read here, read there, you can read anywhere.

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Dead Sea Scrolls go online

Two thousand years after they were written and decades after they were found in desert caves, some of the world-famous Dead Sea Scrolls went online for the first time on Monday in a project launched by Israel’s national museum and … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 26 September – 2 October 2011

Where Heaven Begins  by Rosanne Bittner Against the rugged splendour of Alaska during the 1890’s gold rush comes an inspiring love story and journey of discovery . . . With rough miners stampeding to the Klondike’s golden hills as her … Continue reading

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Jefferson Bass and ‘The Body Farm’ series

Jefferson Bass is the writing team of Dr Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson. Dr Bass, a world-renowned forensic anthropologist, founded the Body Farm 25 years ago. Jefferson is a journalist, writer and documentary film-maker. The Bone Yard is the sixth novel … Continue reading

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Are you a Michael Moore fan?

Then be sure not to miss out on reading his new autobiography ‘Here comes trouble’ ,which is due soon. Before he became an Oscar-winning filmmaker and all-round thorn-in-the-side of corporate America, it turns out that throughout his life Michael Moore had an … Continue reading

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Book of the Week: 19 September – 25 September

The Affair  by Lee Child Everything starts somewhere. . . . For elite military cop Jack Reacher, that somewhere was Carter Crossing, Mississippi, way back in 1997. A lonely railroad track. A crime scene. A cover-up. This latest edition in … Continue reading

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