I’ll preface this by saying our kitchen builders were brilliant. So it wasn’t entirely their fault that the cookery book shelf fell off the wall. It was the sheer weight of the books.
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After years working as a journalist and often covering the seamier side of life it is comforting and encouraging to discover afresh just how kind and generous people can be.