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Re: Best Book I have ever Read by Loretto on 14 May 2012 1:14pm
 
Oh yes, I have read both of those too. Niven's story was a sad one at the end. I remember he was walking on a beach somewhere and he started to feel muscle paralisis.

'Dear Me' was the Peter Ustinov book by the way.

 
Re: Best Book I have ever Read by johnnyBgood! on 14 May 2012 5:33pm
 
Yes, David Niven's books were excellent. I haven't read them for many years, so this thread has put them back in my mind.
 
Re: Best Book I have ever Read by Wheelrim on 14 May 2012 6:25pm
 
Plennyofpics in those two for you JBG.
 
Re: Best Book I have ever Read by johnnyBgood! on 14 May 2012 6:37pm
 
John, I'll send you some of my grandson's books, which he has now outgrown. :)
 
Re: Best Book I have ever Read by Wheelrim on 19 May 2012 9:00am
 
when I reach his mental age I might be ready for them.............
 
Re: Best Book I have ever Read by johnnyBgood! on 19 May 2012 11:41am
 
Don't get me started on bragging about my grandson, John ! Oops....I was going to start :)
 
Re: Best Book I have ever Read by TERRY S on 19 May 2012 5:23pm
 
Ev: I've got that Jackie book somewhere, it's amazing. The biography of Matthew Waterhouse (Adric in Dr Who) is really good, too.
 
Re: Best Book I have ever Read by Wheelrim on 21 May 2012 7:02pm
 
Dr Who?
 
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