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    Re: RIP Tim Warburton

    There is an obituary for
    Barclay (Tim)Warburton in today’s www.thenewportbuzz.com. Condolences to his family.
  2. Re: Return To The Reef IV: Diving The Whale Of Sugar Loaf

    Thank you for sharing your underwater explorations and taking us to another world, Jim. Sensational photographs and video.
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    Re: RIP Peter O’Keefe

    RIP Peter O’Keefe. He had a perspective on St. Barth like no one else. Witty, intelligent and didn’t “suffer fools gladly”. He certainly left his mark on the island.
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    “The Last Green Valley”

    It seems fitting around this holiday season to post about a wonderful, inspiring book. Perseverance, courage, faith, hope and the indomitable strength of the human spirit—-all captured in this...
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    "Hour of the Witch" by Chris Bojhalian

    If you have read "The Scarlet Letter" by Nathanial Hawthorne, you will find this suspenseful tale to your liking. Set in Boston during the days of the witch trials, it puts the reader into the mind...
  6. “When We Were Young and Brave” by Hazel Gaynor

    I have learned about so many little-known episodes of World War II through the authors who have researched these stories and brought them to life. This book is about the group of schoolchildren and...
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    Re: THE WRONG FAMILY by Tarryn Fisher

    I agree with your assessment, Amy---a well-done and creatively crafted tale. Psychological suspense at its best. The outcome is unpredictable so the twists and turns keep the reader engaged.
  8. “The Exiles” by Christina Baker Kline

    The author of “Orphan Train” does it again—-a well-researched book based on actual events. The story revolves around the experiences of women convicts sent from Britain to Australia to serve their...
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    "The Paris Library" by Janet Charles

    Very different from "The Midnight Library" but, in its own way, a compelling story. A little known chapter in WWII history is woven into an excellent read. It links Paris and, of all places, Montana!...
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    Re: Sad news for Maya’s fans!

    Much happiness to Dora. She defined good hospitality. Made every diner at Maya’s feel special.
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    Re: Just a few Friends

    Those annual January 30th Birthday celebrations at Le Select for three wonderful people were delightful! And Marius seemed to enjoy them the most Belated good wishes to Didier, Sue and Lloyd! Hope...
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    Re: Holiday Greetings

    Merry Christmas and a Covid-free New Year, Jim and Dan!
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    "The Midnight Library" by Matt Haig

    If you have ever wondered what your life might have been like if you had made different choices, this little gem is the book for you. It certainly is a page-turner and makes you think----perhaps even...
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    Re: Happy Birthday AndyNap!

    Happy Birthday, Youngster!
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    “Code Name Hélène” by Ariel Lawhon

    WWII again—I cannot resist!
    This excellent novel is based on the true story of Nancy Wade, a young Australian woman, who became a most wanted spy. The Gestapo named her The White Mouse because she...
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    “The Book of Lost Friends”

    Lisa Wingate does it again. The author of “Before We Were Yours” is a wonderful storyteller. In this book, she weaves a tale, set after the Civil War, rooted in the desire of slaves to be reunited...
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    Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DENNIS

    Happy Birthday, Dennis!
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    Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JOHN, aka JEK

    Hope you had a fun Birthday, John. Belated wishes for much happiness in the coming year!
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    Re: THE ORDER by Daniel Silva

    His books are also so well-researched. I agree, Amy---this is a good one.
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    Re: A Memory of Times at "The Office"

    A terrific guy! RIP Larry. Our deepest sympathy to Sue and his family.
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    Re: JOYEUX ANNIVERSAIRE, ROSITA

    Joyeux Anniversaire, Rosita!
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    Re: Rescue at sea

    I've known Maïlys since she was a little girl. So proud of her for training with SNSM and participating in the rescue! Well-done.
  23. "False Assurances"---especially for sailors

    This book by Christopher Rosow is the first in the Ben Porter series and a fine start. Without giving away too much, I can say the descriptions of sailing were obviously written by someone who has...
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    Re: After the Christening Party

    Great photos, Diana. What a feast for little Lilou! Congratulations to her family.
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    Re: Who is ready for a Forum wide Zoom?

    Thank you for being the Zoom host extraordinaire, John. It was great to see everyone---especially to see Rosemond looking terrific.
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    Re: Who is ready for a Forum wide Zoom?

    Thanks, John---What fun! Sorry to have missed the last one. Count me in. You have my email.
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    Re: Name those who no longer post

    That link to The Civilized Explorer brought back a flood of memories. Thanks for the reminder, Brian. I recall when Phil said he could no longer cover St. Barth. It was akin to losing a friend! Then,...
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    Re: Name those who no longer post

    Kara and Bob Brooks had the Still River Cafe. And many forum members attended dinners there. I was sorting through some memorabilia and found the Menu from the Dinner with Franck Mathevet on August...
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    Re: Goodbye Dear Marius, Rest in Peace

    RIP, Marius.
    Had the pleasure of speaking to Marius a few times but I cannot say I knew him as well as others. To him, it seemed, no one was a stranger. He had a way of seeing "into" people, of...
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    Re: Name those who no longer post

    Nick the Dog
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    Re: Memories of Gate 10

    I cannot think of anyone better to be the keeper of the Gate 10 sign than you, Kevin! And your description of the Juliana Airport matched my memories perfectly except for one small detail. Before we...
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    Re: 1989 video of St. Barth - not in English

    A great find, Ed. A real trip down memory lane since we were already visiting St. Barth then. Remy de Haenen looks just as I remember him. He was charismatic. When you view the island as it looked...
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    Re: Fireworks at L'Orient just now.

    A unexpected and wonderful evening, Kevin. Thanks for sharing it. Sometimes the best encounters just happen——if one is open to the possibilities...
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    Re: THE EIGHTH SISTER by Robert Dugoni

    I second your endorsement, Amy. Have liked his other books and this one is a winner. Dugoni manages to include enough twists and questions into the plot to keep the reader engaged.
  35. Re: Le Select 70th Anniversary Book by Ed Gudenas

    Add us to the list for a copy. Your photos and books are just great, Ed.
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