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September 20, 2018


T Holzer

What?!? You didn't buy Kate's new book??? He could have carried it home for you!!! LOL. Thanks for the pics.


I would sneak it into my carry-on bag....hubby would never know until I pulled it out on the plane to start reading it on journey home. You need to work on your deception skills. Very necessary to have if you really want something. ;p


Your heaven, for sure! It looks like you're having a great time touring book shops! I agree, that's a lovely greeting for book lovers!

Roseanna Jakubowski

Be still my heart! I envy you so. There are so few book stores left in the U.S. I spent many an afternoon in Borders book store. It was such a treat to sit and peruse a book you bought or a magazine with a cup of coffee. While I love my iPad I also like to hold a real book for a change. London is on my travel wish list. I am a huge fan of Liberty of London fabric. Bummer to have to leave behind The Clockmaker's Daughter. Although it is tough having your son living so far away, what an amazing treat it is to visit. Thanks for sharing your travels!
I just finished 'Where The Crawdads Sing' by Delia Owens and enjoyed it. A different and interesting story with a twist at the end.

Sherri Crum

I just finished The Book of Essie, that you recommended. Loved it!

Amber Kelley

Oh I just finished up Dear Mrs Bird. It was a lovely read and hard to put down. I hope you enjoy it too!

Barbara Anne

My kind of heaven, too! I've just reserved two of Kate Morton's slightly earlier books and am 39th waiting for The Clockmaker's Daughter. Oddly, our library already has that book on CD. Go figure.

I agree, you need to go back and get the book. Wink, wink, nudge, nudger, say no more! ;)



I love Kate Morton's books! I hope you snuck it home despite its substantial size.

Mary Kastner

It sounds like you had a wonderful time at your favorite place to be. Enjoy every day!


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