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    Hello everyone! I am Daisy Simpson, a university professor,and professional freelance writer. I love books please suggest me any novel and other book which is romantic ?

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    A few Classics I have read.



    L. Tolstoy, War & Peace. by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky.

    Anna Karenena, Leo Tolstoy.


    A Room with a View, by E. M. Forster.
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    H allo Daisy,
    Nice to have a woman on the scene again, and welcome.
    I read a lot too and belong to 2 book clubs and write a little.
    I have just finished reading, a spy thriller- a subject I don't normally choose , and could not put it down.'A Foreign Country' by Charles Cummings. I read romances too but not historical faction.
    What have you been reading recently?

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    I'm currently reading a book on the history of Freemasonry by an author called Michael Johnstone. It's a really good read, going through the actual history of the Freemasons, and none of the conspiracy rubbish.

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    I've just finished A Bluffers Guide To Beer. I think I've read it previously, but it was sent to me for review. It was an enjoyable read.

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    I've read several Masonic books in the past. I have to say that the content varies wildly. In truth, I like the conspiracy ones, many are quite amusing.

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    I find that kind of thing fun to read and pick holes in.

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    I've got a pre publication copy of "The Mosul Legacy" by Christopher Lowery. It's three tales wrapped into one, but a gripping read.

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    Just read 'A long and winding road' by Alan Johnson' an excellent read

    and have started 'The Young Lloyd George', byJohn Grigg.It has started well

    I've always been interested in Lloyd George.I lived in Criccieth for a couple of years and often visited Llanystumdwy his village next door to see his tiny house and the beautiful river surrounding his grave nearby.The cottage was as he left it-with stuff about and very dusty, but when I visited the last tim eit had been 'poshed up' and its character had gone.
    bUT THE RIVER WAS STILL BEAUTIFUL.
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