Black List by Brad Thor

Somewhere…deep inside the United States government is a closely guarded list. Once your name is on the list, it doesn’t come off ….until you’re dead.

Someone has just added counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath’s name.

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Mobile phones drive us crazy

Dear Madam

I don’t want to sound BORING but probably am, but does anyone agree with me that proper socialising seems to have gone out of the window because of mobile phones?

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The Fortune Hunter by Daisy Goodwin

In 1875, Sisi, The Empress of Austria is the woman that every man desires and every woman envies. Beautiful, athletic and intelligent, she has everything – except happiness. Bored with the stultifying etiquette of the Hapsburg Court, Sisi comes to England to hunt and to find excitement. There, she discovers the dashing Captain Bay Middleton, the only man in Europe who can outride her. Ten years [...]

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Yoga for Life on popular beach

The countdown has started to the “Race for Life” in December with “Yoga for Life” on the beach front at Los Cristianos.

Around 100 people took part in this new initiative which is part of the overall celebrations leading up to Race for Life on December 14th.

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The Serious Game by Hjalmar Soderberg

Arvid, an ambitious and educated young man, meets Lydia, the daughter of a landscape painter, one summer and falls in love.

Lydia, however, has other suitors, and Arvid is frightened of being tied by his emotions. Years later, now trapped inside loveless marriages of convenience, the two struggle to rekindle the promise of their romance with bitter and tragic results.

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Cabildo pledges to unify wine sector

Tenerie is to get its own wine label as the Cabildo promises action after a period of controversy.

It had been alleged in the press that wine had been shipped over from the mainland and either sold as Canary wine or the two mixed together.

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Twisted by Lynda La Plante

Wealthy, attractive and successful, the Fulfords, with their strikingly beautiful teenage daughter Amy, seemed settled and content. But appearances mask a strained relationship almost at breaking point. Marcus’s latest business venture has failed, draining Lena, the major breadwinner, dry. Putting Amy into weekly boarding school and striving to get her own career back onto its feet, Lena remains alone in the luxurious family house as [...]

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Graffiti gang brought trains to a halt in social network craze

Police have finally caught the “Great Train Painters”, a gang of youths responsible for the biggest-ever graffiti gang who put the lives of thousands of passengers at risk.

Ten people aged between 21 and 27 are triggered the emergency stops on at least 168 trains and caused more than half a million pounds worth of damage.

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Gain a new taste of Puerto with fifth gastronomic festival

Puerto de la Cruz is currently celebrating the fifth edition of its popular gastronomic festival. “Muestra Gastronómica del Puerto de la Cruz” began on October 1st but continues until October 25th with a multitude of events and activities.

Organisers say it is aimed “at all tastes” and includes workshops, tastings, religious acts, courses for professionals, excursions, and the traditional “Romería de los Esperan-ceros” which was [...]

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Man falls from shop roof

Tenerife’s fire-fighters were called out to help a man who fell from the roof of a shop in Adeje.

The crew from San Miguel de Abona was joined by volunteers from Adeje who were alerted following a call to the 1-1-2 emergency centre.

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