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Sarah Martin 20 Oct 12
On my third book of the series by LOVE. Best books I've read in a long while
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NHS Million 19 Jan 17
We loved your docu. We always loved . And we would LOVE a twitter NHS staff shoutout.Thanks!
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Jennifer 3 Jun 15
Just love books!!so incredible!!
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Kate Dooley 24 Oct 17
Take a butchers at by for a picture of birth, life and death in 1950s Docklands
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Books Worth Reading 26 Jul 13
Read reviews & buy CALL THE MIDWIFE by Bookstore
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Haley 10 Mar 12
Anyone else read the series of books by ? Just reading Shadows of the Workhouse. Amazing.
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Julia Wright 27 Jun 15
Finished reading for the second time. Now, onto the next in line, Shadows of the Workhouse by
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Cami Bird 24 Jun 13
"Theres a fine line to be drawn between protection and domination, you know"-
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Andi 19 Mar 16
Dissolving into a different world for my 3 hour train journey, with 's books
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audrey ross 6 Jul 14
"Call the Midwife: In the Shadows of the Workhouse" Historically Illuminating. No.15 of
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Sarah Louise 25 Jan 14
Due to the horrid weather today will mostly consist of drinking tea and reading!
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Cate Teuten Bohn 17 Mar 14
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LAURA 3 Dec 12
There's a shockingly deep canyon of gritty & horrifying realities I was utterly oblivious to. I'm struck by their truth.
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audrey ross 2 Jun 14
As I binged through the TV show this year, I had to re-read "Call The Midwife" Book 1 - Book No. 9
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Jody Wells 12 Mar 14
I can't read this!! Heartbroken and only read to page 47!!
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NiaMaria 15 Jun 12
Time to read the last few chapters of by so don't want it to end it's so well written.
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Maegan M 11 Feb 13
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Phoebe Bulpin 30 May 16
I don't think my housemates realised how excited I was to visit the setting of my current reading book
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Sue Ansarie 16 Jan 16
Looking forward to reading Call the Midwife, 1950s East End, era that my parents were born.
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patty marie sawicki 30 Mar 16
I am not at all convinced that what we call 'unconscious' is anything like the state of unknowingness we think it 2 be.
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