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It's quite an old book but i still think it's a classic - England,their England. Anyone else read it?

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I'm reading Away Days by Kevin Sampson.

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im reading the pelican breif when finished i will watch the film

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One of the 'Rumpole of the Bailey' books by Sir John Mortimer.

BRILLIANT.

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I'm reading a book by John Mortimer too. A different JM though - a 19th century antiquarian.

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im readin the bible im on proverbs <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angel.gif" alt="" />

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Watching the English by Kate Fox

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Watching the English by Kate Fox


Not "Running the Line" by KATE MOSS ?




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