Book review: The Clockmaker’s Daughter

Kate Morton’s book ‘The clockmaker’s daughter’ is something of a door stopper – and the considered view was that she could have cut down on a few of the strands of her story without losing the essential plot – there are multiple characters across multiple time strands all drawn to Birchwood Manor, the house at […]

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Book review: Once upon a river

‘Once upon a river’ was a magical, fairy-tale read – Diane Setterfield’s storytelling is powerful and allows you to suspend disbelief.  Set in the nineteenth century on the upper Thames it starts at the winter solstice, and whilst the regulars at The Swan are entertaining themselves by telling stories the door bursts open and in […]

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NICE Newsletter – 29 July 2020

Contents: – Cancer patients to benefit from new histology independent treatment; Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation; NICE signs agreement with Colombia’s Institute of Health Technology Assessment to forge closer working ties; Impact report on respiratory conditions highlights how NICE has contributed to improvements in respiratory care; + more

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Book review: Where the crawdads sing

‘Where the crawdads sing’ was an engaging read. Delia Owens has created a memorable character in Kya and the detail in her writing conjures the North Carolina marshes and their wildlife in exquisite detail. The story combines a murder investigation woven into the account of Kya, abandoned by her family, growing up in the marshes […]

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