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Fifty shades of Grey......
Reading the Bible again for the first time by Marcus Borg
Also Why we run by Robert Harvie
Also Sarum by Edward Rutherford
Just started "A Terrible Beauty" by Paul Gough - it's about the official British first world war artists.
Very much enjoying Stephen Fry, The Fry Chronicles. Like the Olympics, this man makes me proud to be British.
"Rip it up" by Richard Wiseman
... and, erm, "Biopsychosocial models of women's sexual response -- Applications to management of desire disorders" Basson (2003)
"The life and times of Michael K", by J M Coetzee
The Face. Dean Koontz.
one flew over the cuckoo nest, ken kesey
the sandman, neil gaiman
Working my way through the Sherlock casebook, seriously addictive stuff!
Divine comedies by Tom Holt
A joint publication by the Centre for Maternal and Child Enquiries and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists entitled 'Management of Women with Obesity in Pregnancy'
Staying Alive, by Matt Beaumont
Friends Like These, by Danny Wallace
Billy Connolly's biography, by Pamela Stephenson
Just a little run around the World..., by Rosie Swale Pope
In bed, second book in the Game of Thrones series(Kindle version)
In the lounge Steve Jobs biography
In the small room, Runners World
Obsessive Compulsive Cycling Disorder by Dave Barter
Something by Nick Edwards about the Stitches in the NHS
The joys of a Kindle!
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