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November 22, 2010


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I enjoyed reading this, thanks for the link. I love historical research in and of itself. It's fun - not that I'm called to do any day to day, but once in awhile when something or other needs looking into, I enjoy doing the 'looking'. I'm also a fan of historical mysteries. Most especially the work of Ariana Franklin and Anne Perry.

Thanks for the link, Catherine! Much appreciated, as always. (Sorry to be a bit behind-hand, I've been away.)

the joys of the Fourteenth Century was a really good read. Thanks for the link and keep up the good work with the recommendations :)

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