Monthly Archives: April 2016


“…She believed she must now submit to feel that another lesson, in the art of knowing our own nothingness beyond our own circle, was become necessary for her.” I doubt there are many who are not familiar with the plot … Continue reading

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The Venetian Affair

I seem to be in the mood for cloak-and-dagger type fiction these days, as I seem to be on a MacInnes kick! This book moved faster than the others I have read (so far) by this author (in fact, I … Continue reading

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The Hidden Target

A very suspenseful espionage novel that kept me reading late at night! Nina O’Connell is in London at university when she is offered a spot on a caravan (in the U.S. we would call it a trailer or motor-home) with … Continue reading

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Neither Five nor Three by Helen MacInnes

Paul Hadyn is back from WW2 Europe. Some years ago, Paul had been engaged to Rona Metford, but then decided that marrying in war-time would be wrong, and so the engagement was broken off. Several years have passed and now … Continue reading

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