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Helen Rappaport
Writer, historian, TV talking head. Lover of all things Victorian, Gothic and late Imperial Russian.
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Helen Rappaport May 21
Thank you so much for choosing my book!
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Helen Rappaport May 21
I wandered lonely as a cloud when all at once I saw a host of ... Um .. Lovely buttercups
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Helen Rappaport May 21
The path to the woods. Greetings from West Dorset on this lovely May morning.
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Helen Rappaport May 19
Thank you so much Leanne. So good to know that.
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Leanne Patterson May 19
. Just finished Four Sisters - fascinating read! Felt like I got a real insight into the personal lives of the Romanovs
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Helen Rappaport May 19
that lady detective so admirable. Too good to retire at 55. Police need her. Great role model.
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Helen Rappaport May 18
So am I Adele. Real patience and dedication. An eye opening series and chilling too.
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Helen Rappaport May 18
'For color and terror and grandeur this makes Mexico look pale'. John Reed, having reported Mexican War 1913, in Petrograd autumn 1917.
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Helen Rappaport May 17
Me too Adele. Found it difficult to get into and nodded off twice. But set design etc is marvellous
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Helen Rappaport May 17
I do hope you enjoy it Gina.
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Helen Rappaport May 16
#1864. Well that was just marvellous. Heimat meets Jules et Jim. Another brilliant compelling series from those clever Danes
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Helen Rappaport May 16
Totally beguiling beautiful and thought provoking.
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Helen Rappaport May 16
Lottie is all tucked in and watching 1864 most intensely
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Helen Rappaport May 16
Me too. Really looking forward to it.
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Helen Rappaport May 15
And now the wild garlic is in full bloom. And such an aroma! Spot the dog!
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Helen Rappaport May 15
God bless B B King, an absolute legend. King of the Blues.
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Helen Rappaport May 14
Off to see Far From the Madding Crowd and trying hard to suppress indelible memory of Terence Stamp's Sergeant Troy.
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Helen Rappaport May 14
BBC to adapt Mantel's A Place of Greater Safety
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Helen Rappaport May 14
Great news Carol. Have a wonderful trip.
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Helen Rappaport May 13
It's really overpowering Kate so yes, you would have turned and run out in horror!
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