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Fellow walkers needed please

As a frequent visitor to Tenerife, I would like to meet expats/ holidaymakers to walk with in the mountains ( not the ‘pay for ‘ trips) and especially people willing to instruct me in route finding (map reading, even). I’ve walked many times with winter groups, but think it is time I really learned to find my way in ...Full Article

Watching those election posters

Dear Editor I could not agree more with the complaints aired over election posters across Tenerife. They were far too many. Every day we seemed to spot someone climbing ...Full Article

What a din during

Dear Editor Sitting in our living room in Los Cristianos just before the elections here, we heard a tremendous amount of noise with car horns hooting and whistles blowing. ...Full Article

Samaritans in Spain freephone number

Dear Editor The charity Samaritans in Spain have been offering our emotional support, listening service for the past seven years in Spain.Full Article

Invisible by James Patterson

My nightmare is the same every time. I am trapped in my bedroom with an inferno blazing around me. It started eight months ago, when my sister was killed ...Full Article

Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs

For a decade, forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan has been haunted by the one who got away. The killer of young women. The monster. And the one who has ...Full Article

The Perfect Match by Katie Fforde

Three years ago, Bella Castle left her hometown nursing a broken heart over Dominic Thane.  Now she has a new job she loves, selling houses in the Cotswold countryside. ...Full Article

Kingdom Of Darkness by Andy McDermott

  The mission was simple – round up any hidden Jews. But beneath an isolated farmhouse, one SS unit finds a far greater bounty – a shrine  to Alexander ...Full Article

Never Say Goodbye by Susan Lewis

Josie Clark is the type of woman people instantly warm to. She is kind, humorous, selfless and a devoted wife and mother. Bet Monkton seems to have every-thing, but ...Full Article

The Kept by James Scott

In the winter of 1897, Elspeth Howell returns home to her isolated farmstead to find her family brutally murdered. Only her twelve-year- old son, Caleb, survives. Mother and son ...Full Article
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