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Helen Rappaport
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Helen Rappaport 3h
So glad I have this next on my bedside pile. A late convert. Can I read them in reverse order?
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Irish Archaeology 12h
Magnificent Iron Age cauldron discovered in France
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Helen Rappaport Mar 4
How civilised is this! Lunch with fellow writer Celia Brayfield at NPG restaurant
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HuffPostUK Pictures Mar 3
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Helen Rappaport Mar 3
That's lovely Helen. Thank you so much.
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Helen Swire Mar 3
Have so enjoyed 's Four Sisters that in advance of finishing it I've just bought Ekaterinburg: The Last Days of the Romanovs
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Tom Holland Mar 2
Since Thomas Love Peacock is not around to satirise reactions to Jihadi John, thank goodness we have :
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Helen Rappaport Mar 2
Petrograd May 1917 - Foreign journos arriving wanting to meet Maria Bochkareva's Women's Death Battalion
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Helen Rappaport Mar 1
We in UK all so fed up with that ongoing Bates saga. Enough already
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Feldman Mar 1
Boris Nemtsov mourning rally in Moscow
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tom balmforth Mar 1
"Nemtsov is love, Putin is war"
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James Mates Mar 1
Boris wd have been 1 face among many leading this march. He's not here, but now his face is everywhere
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Boris Zilberman Feb 27
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Alex Andreou Feb 27
Boldly go, with that little piece of my youth packed in your suitcase. Look after it. Leonard Nimoy, 1931 - 2015.
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Historical Pics Feb 26
Hard working women from a cotton mill,1909.
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Nicolas Laborie Feb 26
Already captivated after the first pages: "Capturing the Light" by Roger Watson and
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Helen Rappaport Feb 26
Yes, and Lenin - another legendary megalomaniac - loved his mum, and cats and little children.
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Helen Rappaport Feb 25
me too - I just sat and held my breath thro final scene transfixed with horror. Utterly terrifying
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Helen Rappaport Feb 25
I was absolutely mesmerised with fear and horror - she was just rivetting
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Helen Rappaport Feb 25
wasn't it just! He comes across as such a gentle soul full of warmth and humanity
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