Journal entry 3: i feel as if i am stuck in limbo.
The View from the Corner Shop is a diary for the Mass Observation Project, written by a Yorkshire shop assistant called Kathleen Hey, during the Second World War. There were gaps in the diary, which irked my sense of liking things to be in a certain order and the publisher puts in notes to give … Continue reading Book Review. The View from the Corner Shop: The Diary of a Yorkshire Shop Assistant in Wartime by Kathleen Hey.
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‘Don’t forget the steak dinner,’ Chorley added unhelpfully. It’s a good thing perception of time is skewed where the Brigadier and Chorley are trapped inside an alternative world of Keyensham, because Anne Travers is stumped. Deciding to use a soldier as a guinea man, Chris Armitage, results in the poor man being sliced in two. … Continue reading Book Review. The Dreamer’s Lament by Benjamin Burford-Jones
Mr Rafiel has died, leaving Miss Marple a mystery that isn’t yet a mystery because other than he wants Miss Marple to do something for him, he doesn’t leave her any of the facts. He has booked her on a tour of the Famous Houses and Gardens of Great Britain. Miss Marple simply needs to … Continue reading Nemesis by Agatha Christie