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Re: Last book you read

Postby kater23 » Fri Dec 14, 2018 7:39 pm

The Widows Of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey.It’s a mystery set in 1920’s India..the main character is a lady lawyer(say that 10 times fast!) who was the first of her kind(it’s based on a true story),in a society that discouraged such things.
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Re: Last book you read

Postby Capt. Sir Dominic Flandry » Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:31 pm

I read a book from 1977 called The National Front by Martin Walker. It is about a big British right wing party - which had Nazi elements - which wanted to expel all non-white people. I rembered reading it in the 90s and enjoyed it, so when I saw it cheap I bought it.

But I found that when I read it it was not the same book I had read before. The book I had read was The National Front by Nigel Fielding published in 1981. This is more of a sociological study and the other book is more a journalistic account. In the Fielding book the author spent time with David McCalden, a young man from Northern Ireland. He was a holocaust denier. He moved to the southern Califonia, and offered a prize for anyone proving the holocaust. This was made into a film starring Leonard Nimoy as a Jewish man.
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