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“Life is a mixtape” by Ignatius Low – A Book Review

Ignatius Low reveals the humourous side of him in this book about his life from student days to year 2016. Ignatius is a true Singapore boy whom one can identify with growing up in the 1980s. His witty and funny … Continue reading

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The Book of HYGGE

The Danish Art of Contentment, Comfort, and Connection. This book was written by Louisa Thomsen Brits. The art of Hygge (pronounced as “hoo-gah”) resonates with my ideas of happy living and living well with contentment, comfort and connection. They are … Continue reading

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“The Harlequin Tea Set and Other Stories” by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

There are nine short stories in this book by Agatha Christie. These stories were published mainly in the 1920s in magazines. These were compiled and released in 1997. The Harlequin Tea Set was the main story for this book and … Continue reading

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“Return to the Little Coffee Shop of Kabul” by Deborah Rodriguez – A Book Review

Sunny Tedder returned in this second book. Sunny left her Little Coffee Shop of Kabul in the first book of the same title. This time round she was part owner Screaming Peacock Vineyard on Twimbly Island off the coast of … Continue reading

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“The Regatta Mystery and other stories” by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

There are nine short stories in this book by Agatha Christie. Each story has an investigative personality created by Agatha Christie, namely Hercule Poirot, Miss Jane Marple and Mr Parker Pyne. Five stories belonged to Hercule Poirot, two stories with … Continue reading

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“The Witness for the Prosecution and Other Stories” by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

There were eleven short stories written by Agatha Christie. The Witness for the Prosecution was the first story in her book. In addition to this story, I liked Wireless and Mr Eastwood’s Adventure very much for the unexpected twists at … Continue reading

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“Dead Man’s Folly” by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

This is a Hercule Poirot Mystery first published in 1956. A very rich man, Sir George Stubbs and his wife Lady Hattie Stubbs organised a fete for the village people to view their expensive house on a sprawling ground facing … Continue reading

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