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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    I love anything to do with Henry VIII and his wives. I have so many books its ridiculous.
    Queen Victoria and her children are becoming an interest. I am watching a documentary right now.
    Then I'm guessing you've read wolf hall? I'm reading it now even though I'm actually not that interested.

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    I like-
    *Reading about psychopaths like Martin Bryant or any other mass murderers and what goes through their minds. And I like trying to identify psychopaths in every day life although I'm not a psychologist.
    *The paranormal eg x files, aliens etc, can't wait for those 6 new episodes!
    *Medical stuff. I am a vet, not a human Dr. but love seeing tv shows and news coverage about human medical stuff. Followed the ebola epidemic religiously. Hate vet tv shows as it just feels like work.
    *Conspiracy theories, JFK, 911 etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    I like-
    *Reading about psychopaths like Martin Bryant or any other mass murderers and what goes through their minds. And I like trying to identify psychopaths in every day life although I'm not a psychologist.
    *The paranormal eg x files, aliens etc, can't wait for those 6 new episodes!
    *Medical stuff. I am a vet, not a human Dr. but love seeing tv shows and news coverage about human medical stuff. Followed the ebola epidemic religiously. Hate vet tv shows as it just feels like work.
    *Conspiracy theories, JFK, 911 etc.
    I think you're my soul mate.
    I'm always terrified I'm gunna have the door knocked down by a team of police because of the amount of stuff I google about murderers and conspiracy theories lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    @Rose&Aurelia have you read The Red Queen and The White Queen? They are both by Philippa Gregory.

    Although now I think about it I think they might be Tudor, not Medieval.

    Forget I spoke :-)
    I have the whole series in hardback

    It is actually a plantagenet series. The Tudor aspect doesnt really start till "a constant princess" and "the other Boleyn girl".

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    Then I'm guessing you've read wolf hall? I'm reading it now even though I'm actually not that interested.
    Twice! Are you enjoying it?

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    Yes she's a good writer and I am warming to some of the characters which I have never been able to do with other books of this genre. Could not finish 'The other Boleyn Girl' for example. It's good to expand my sphere a bit!

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    Another that enjoys anything true crime or medical. I've been known to read court sentencing, judgements and Coroner Court reports. I have been avoiding the Chloe Valentine Inquest report (SA), not sure how I would go reading that one, so many failures through the system

    Has anybody else seen the show on SBS (not sure which night) that is called Autopsy? Exactly as it's title suggest, they cut open bodies to look at organs etc among other things. I haven't caught a full episode yet as it's on late but what I have seen has been interesting.

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    Yes Hoping4asticky1, I would love to watch that autopsy show but DH can't stand anything like that so if he's in the room I can't watch it! S'pose if he went off to bed I could watch it. He can't even stand RPA or any blood or medical procedures at all. Boo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    Yes she's a good writer and I am warming to some of the characters which I have never been able to do with other books of this genre. Could not finish 'The other Boleyn Girl' for example. It's good to expand my sphere a bit!
    I love that show. We had to watch it for nursing lectures

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoping4asticky1 View Post
    Another that enjoys anything true crime or medical. I've been known to read court sentencing, judgements and Coroner Court reports. I have been avoiding the Chloe Valentine Inquest report (SA), not sure how I would go reading that one, so many failures through the system

    Has anybody else seen the show on SBS (not sure which night) that is called Autopsy? Exactly as it's title suggest, they cut open bodies to look at organs etc among other things. I haven't caught a full episode yet as it's on late but what I have seen has been interesting.
    Me too! I often read the coroners reports and I know it is not very nice but I just like reading them. I think I would like that autopsy show too, I'll have a look for it 😊


 
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