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Stamp out graffiti

Dear Editor Has anyone else noticed that the problem of graffiti is beginning to creep in here in Tenerife? Up until now, I think we have been virtually immune to this nuisance but I for one have spotted a number of graffiti messages where I live. I am not going to say where because this might encourage more people ...Full Article

A challenge to litter louts

Dear Editor I have been following your correspondence about litter and dog mess with great interest and can only agree with the writers who say it is disgusting. It ...Full Article

Bodeguita Algarrobo

Dear Editor, John and I would like to say thank you to Tenerife News, for the wonderful prize awarded for the Christmas card competition. We spent a lovely morning ...Full Article

Viva Tenerife!

Celia glanced at the clock for the third time that day. Her granddaughter Roselyn would be arriving in the next hour to spend a holiday with her in Tenerife. ...Full Article

The Innocents by David Baldacci

Back in DC after successful missions in Edinburgh and Tangier, assassin Will Robie sees his latest assignment, to eliminate a US government employee, go badly wrong. But what had ...Full Article

Dead Centre by Andy McNab

The young son of a Russian Oligarch is kidnapped. His father will pay anything, do anything, stop at nothing to get him back.Up to now everything he has tried ...Full Article

Three Letters by Josephine Cox

Eight-year-old Casey’s mother Ruth is a cruel woman, with a weakness for other women’s husbands but Casey’s father is gentle and hard-working. Although Tom Denton has long suspected his ...Full Article

The Sins Of The Father by Jeffrey Archer

New York, 1939. Tom Bradshaw is arrested for first degree murder. He stands accused of killing his brother. When Sefton Jelks, a top Manhattan lawyer, offers his services for ...Full Article

Red Notice by Andy McNab

Deep beneath the English Channel, a small army of vicious terrorists has seized control of the Eurostar to Paris, taken four-hundred hostages at gunpoint – and declared war on ...Full Article

Siege by Simon Kernick

A normal afternoon in London’s Stanhope Hotel. Newly engaged Elena Serenko has just made the life-changing decision to quit her job and start a new life in Australia.Full Article
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