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  • adverb In a gripping manner.

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  • Skin and Bones by Tom Bale (Preface, £12.99) starts grippingly and chillingly with the story of how Julia, visiting the village in Sussex where her parents recently died, runs down to the post office for a few supplies, to find herself in the middle of a massacre.

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  • Skin and Bones by Tom Bale (Preface, £12.99) starts grippingly and chillingly with the story of how Julia, visiting the village in Sussex where her parents recently died, runs down to the post office for a few supplies, to find herself in the middle of a massacre.

    Sunday Salon: Skin and Bones by Tom Bale

  • Luckily, he acquires helpful allies as he barrels his way through an eventful life, grippingly told by Mr. Hill.

    The Spy Tale as Rugged Romance

  • Skin and Bones by Tom Bale (Preface, £12.99) starts grippingly and chillingly with the story of how Julia, visiting the village in Sussex where her parents recently died, runs down to the post office for a few supplies, to find herself in the middle of a massacre.

    Book review

  • Mary's escape, her abduction by Stoney and dramatic rescue are grippingly told

    Wedlock: Summary and book reviews of Wedlock by Wendy Moore.

  • Skin and Bones by Tom Bale (Preface, £12.99) starts grippingly and chillingly with the story of how Julia, visiting the village in Sussex where her parents recently died, runs down to the post office for a few supplies, to find herself in the middle of a massacre.

    January 2009

  • This first-hand account of the construction of a clandestine shortwave radio by British POWs in a Japanese camp in Singapore really reminds me of James Clavell's magnificent novel King Rat, my all-time favorite war-novel, which revolves grippingly around the construction, discovery and consequences of a hidden shortwave in the Changi camp (both Clavell and Ronald "St Trinian's" Searle were interned in this camp).

    Boing Boing

  • Through these first-hand accounts Burgess grippingly reveals how life really is for some young people.

    Recommended reads: ages 13+

  • The second half grippingly recounts the torrid drama that unfolded after Dickinson's death, aged 55, in 1886.

    Lives Like Loaded Guns: Emily Dickinson and Her Family's Feuds by Lyndall Gordon – review

  • Skin and Bones by Tom Bale (Preface, £12.99) starts grippingly and chillingly with the story of how Julia, visiting the village in Sussex where her parents recently died, runs down to the post office for a few supplies, to find herself in the middle of a massacre.

    Sunday Salon: Skin and Bones by Tom Bale

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