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  • ***2020 A Year In Review***

    Please mention or elaborate events, articles, people, books, areas of research, or anything that impressed or depressed you during this tragic year.

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    With so many books of 'varying' quality these days we had the positives (imo) of books by Tracy L'Anson, Jon Ainsworth and Adam Wood. On the downside (apart from Covid of course) the sad loss of Robert. I might also add the continuance of the Rubenhold agenda and cult.
    For 2021 we have Christer's book on Lechmere and of particularly interest to me a new book on the Wallace case by Mark Russell on January 20th. And the new A-Z of course.
    Regards

    MichaelšŸ”Ž


    " When you eliminate the impossible whatever remains no matter how improbable......is probably a little bit boring "

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    • #3
      Ainsworth?

      Have you gone Cockney on us, Michael, and are now dropping you aitches? ;-)

      The book, by the way, was co-written by Christine Ward-Agius.

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