A Quiver Full of Arrows

A Quiver Full of Arrows

Book - 1980
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#147;No street in the world can have bred more triumph and more blood than Whitehall. Its brief half mile embodies the power of empire. The power may have declined, but the architecture that was its physical expression survives. The buildings stand today as they did at the height of empire. If ever a landscape was a mirror of history, it is here in the heart of Westminster." From the Foreword by Simon Jenkins, The Times
Publisher: London : Hodder and Stoughton, [1980].
ISBN: 9780061007156
Characteristics: 190 p. ;,22 cm.


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Jan 02, 2013

Started Dec 31, 2012.......well, I have to say, the first three stories, while I enjoyed reading them, left me hanging, I thought they were all going to be like that, but happily, I got the next few! (I guess I'm not so dumb after all!)......Jan 1, 2013 (I think that is the first time I have actually written or typed "2013" this year!).....I have been lucky enough to have been able to have my nose in this book the whole day, (with time out for a little nap in the afternoon!) and I just might finish it, but I should walk the dog instead.....I'll let you know which wins! Jan 2, finished it, (the book won!) and today the dog will get walked!......Jan 18 2013, (note to myself.....just finished my list of books that I read in 2012, 52 books, wow. Wonder how I will do this year!)

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