Monthly Archives: November 2009

Away We Go

Tweet A slow moving but interesting tale of a couple who are pregnant and find out his parents are moving abroad. This leaves them with the notion that they can also move anywhere but look to where they have friends … Continue reading

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The Vintage Caper By Peter Mayle

Tweet The author of A Good Year and A Year in Provence has a new one out. He again sets most of the book in France but this is somewhat of a mystery as opposed to just prose. There are … Continue reading

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The Band’s Visit

Tweet This film won many foreign film awards. I fell upon it being reviewed before another movie. An Egyptian orchestra is scheduled to perform at the opening of an Arab cultural centre in Israel. The band arrives in Israel in … Continue reading

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4th of July By James Patterson

Tweet This is the fourth installment in the women’s murder club series. Yet another bizarre set of circumstances face the cop, medical examiner and reporter but they are joined with a set of lawyers this time. To say that the … Continue reading

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The Lost Virtue of Happiness – Discovering the Disciplines of the Good Life By J.P.Moreland and Klaus Issler

Tweet This is not a sappy, feel good little ditty. The Lost Virtue of Happiness – Discovering the Disciplines of the Good Life is a well written and solid book which, I believe, wouldn’t hurt anyone. They start with the … Continue reading

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