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(...) million in property in the course of a month. The book is part-biography and part-motivational with a(...)

If you do need to go on day trips, hire a car for a couple of days in the middle of your holiday rather than for the duration. If you do need to go on day trips, hire a car for a couple of days in the middle of your holiday rather than for the duration

(...), you will save yourself at least €300. Ah no, I need a car. Okay, if you insist, but don’t book at(...)

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(...) government had a chance to review them. Brady and Hillary, wanting to win at all costs and believing the(...)

Aida cries as she recovers from severe injuries sustained during a Syrian military bombardment of her home, in the northern city of Idlib. Her husband and two children were killed in the attack. Photograph: Rodrigo Abd/AP

(...) conflict. This book is an eloquent, gripping and harrowing account of the country’s decline into barbarism(...)

(...)’s own life is explored in flashback. A finalist for the National Book Award, Station Eleven makes for a(...)

In Bitter Chill, by Sarah Ward
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  • August 1, 2015, 01:00

(...) multifaceted view. Sometimes pedestrian prose, a tendency to explain action and a dip in pace when the book(...)

(...) than Furo’s bizarre predicament and the family he leaves behind. Where the book succeeds is in its(...)

(...) began with his fourth novel, Le Testament Francais (1995), which was the first book to win both the Prix(...)

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