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Charlotte E. English
Originally from England, Charlotte now in the heart of windmill country in the Netherlands. She has a degree in Heritage, and her interests include books, crafts, cooking and social history. She likes to write whimsical, colourful tales full of character and humour. show more

Originally from England, Charlotte now in the heart of windmill country in the Netherlands. She has a degree in Heritage, and her interests include books, crafts, cooking and social history. She likes to write whimsical, colourful tales full of character and humour.
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L.K. Evans Blog
L.K. Evans Blog rated it 7 years ago
I LOVED IT Yet another fun, entertaining installment of the Malykant Mysteries series. Such fun little books. None have been over a hundred pages and each one has been a great way to escape for a few hours. This one was no different. I won’t go into too much detail because this far along in the ...
Jasmyn's Reviews
Jasmyn's Reviews rated it 7 years ago
This is a great fantasy book that people of all ages will fall in love with. We open by meeting our story-teller, who just happens to be a bridge troll. He is a pretty good story-teller and I was captivated from page one. He tells us that story of Miss Sophia Landon, a rather down and out young lady...
L.K. Evans Blog
L.K. Evans Blog rated it 7 years ago
I LOVED IT So this was extremely short, but absolutely delightful. There was a melancholy tone to English’s writing that ensnared me rather quickly. Given that and the fact the main character acts on behalf of Death is pretty nifty. This reads primarily as a mystery with a nice dose of fantasy. I ...
Kagama -The Literaturevixen
Kagama -The Literaturevixen rated it 7 years ago
Sophy Landon lives in the little village Tilby.where her father is the reverend.He spends most of the time since her mother died eating and only occassionally remembering he has a daughter. The opinion of the villagers is that he is slowly eating himself to a bad end,along with whats left of his m...
A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 8 years ago
4.5 *Book source ~ Many thanks to the author for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review. This anthology is set in the world of Draykon and includes: Mr.Warvel’s Red Cloak Leximandra Reports Rikbeek Earns His Keep Sigwide and the Broken Birds I haven’t yet read Book 1 in the D...
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