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The Cellar by Minette Walters

Muna’s bedroom is a dark, windowless cellar and her activities are confined to cooking and cleaning. She’s grown used to being maltreated by the Songoli family; to being a slave. She’s never been outside, doesn’t know how to read or write, cannot speak English. At least that’s what the Songolis believe. But Muna is far cleverer – and her ...Full Article

Multi-lingual quiz at Harbour Club set to become annual event

A unique experiment where young students joined holidaymakers in a multi lingual “Quiz Show” has been heralded a success. Quick fire and team questions about England and Spain saw ...Full Article

The Betrayals by Fiona Neill

A Richard and Judy autumn read. None of them will forget that week on the wild Norfolk coast. Best friends Rosie and Lisa’s families had always been inseparable.Full Article

When the music’s over by Peter Robinson

When the body of a young girl is found in a remote country lane, beaten and broken, DI Anne Cabot is brought in to investigate how the child could ...Full Article

Generosity at gala night

More than 80 generous-spirited guests attended a glittering Gala Night fundraiser organised by The Lions Club of Puerto del Santiago. The event staged at El Marques raised just over ...Full Article

Clash of views over music levels in Los Gigantes

A war of words has broken out over the sound of music in Los Gigantes. Some residents living in the heart of Los Gigantes have complained music in nighteries, ...Full Article

The Bone collection by Kathy Reichs

In First Bones, a prequel to Reich’s very first novel Deja Dead, she at last reveals how Tempe became a forensic anthropologist. In this never before published story, Tempe ...Full Article

Writing a book on rubbish and recycling!

For want of a better topic, this month I return to the subject of rubbish, or to be exact, the handling of it within Puerto de la Cruz. I ...Full Article

A slice of cake and a bit of opera please!

A talented singer has brought a whole new dimension to traditional afternoon teas. Because customers visiting Fiona Kelly’s Tea House in Los Gigantes are treated to a close up ...Full Article

The wonderful traditions of Tenerife, even sleighs without the snow!

Suddenly out of the velvet early evening gloom the air is pushing towards me. Then you see them: a shadowy cavalcade of hunched locals, scything down the steep uneven ...Full Article
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