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About meI enjoy reading, solving and making logic puzzles (I made all the puzzles on the logic zone website), athletics, walking and generally trying anything new.

A book puzzle I made:

Five authors have been writing books on various subjects.

Can you determine the author, the title and the subject of each book?

1. “Gloomy Head” by I. M. Down was not about Positive thinking – strangely enough!

2. The book with the subject Phobias: Fear of Heights had the title “Cliff Top View”.

3. C. King wrote a book about the Afterlife.

4. “Cures for all” was about Health, but not by Eileen D'Over.

5. B Wright wrote “Ever the Optimist”.

6. Was “Finding Paradise” by A. Ling and was it about Depression.

About my libraryThis is just a list of books that I have recently acquired and most are still on my TBR pile. I intend it to really be a catalogue of the books I have read and when I have read them. I seem to have mostly crime & thrillers at the moment, but I enjoy a lot of different genre.

See my Blog here:

Book Reviews and Blog

Currently reading:
Being Emily by Anne Donovan

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GroupsARC Junkies, BCF, Best of British, Bits for Brits, Bloggers, British & Irish Crime Fiction, Brits, Bug Collectors, Combiners!, Crime, Thriller & Mysteryshow all groups

Favorite authorsHarlan Coben, Lisa Gardner, Phil Rickman (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/thelogiczone/index.htm

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Member sinceMay 17, 2008

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will do - am only on first chapter - did u get copy via Early Reviewers?
Hmm think its because I haven't read it and it was me trying to organise tbr, certainly not one I remember as being worth 1 star!
Re Paying for It. I'm only about 50-60 pages in, and it's starting to get rather interesting. It's very noir, and I love that kind of book.
yeah I thorougly enjoyed it - recommended by someone on BCF - that's the great thing about it
I've just been sent Birds, the Bees, and Other Secrets. I went for a wander to see who else had it, and your name turned up! :)
Thanks for adding me to your friends! I know what you mean - most of the readers I know have cats! LOL
Hi - no I haven't read any of his novels. It was one of the books I was hoping for though.
Hi it's me being nosey!
lol yes it does! I am hoping to try and get them soon, so fingers crossed:)
It's great! The thing is a lot of my books had to be put into storage when we moved so I have had to deactivate a lot of my books which makes it hard to swap!
Same here! I do love LT, seeing everyone elses books lol!
Hello!!
Hi there...just passing by and saying hello.
Hello!

To be honest I can't remember much about The Shadow of the Wind apart from it was a bit slow and I like a fast paced book. However I have still got it and intend to give it another go, so you never know I might like it second time round! :)

P.S. Welcome to the BCF!
I thought it was very moving. I have her latest waiting to be read as well. See you on BCF
Hi - sorry about the image verification on the forum.. it was working fine, so I have no idea what has gone wrong. Anyway, someone managed to find another of my emails, and let me know, so I've been able to change it.. it should work now!

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