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69 Things to do with a Dead Princess- Stuart Home
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Has anyone ever read "69 things to do with a dead Princess" by Stuwart Home? I read it about 10years ago and was thinking about it the other day as it has a very odd story line with lots of references to the stone circles near Aberdeen. Now, as a warning, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone easily offended as its about 40% crazy and indepth literary comment, 30% stone circles and scottish landmarks and 30% graphic sex, but it does directly reference Mr Cope and The Modern Antiquarian (not something that I noticed on my first read but based on my newfound favourite website, I noticed it this time round!)

Its a very odd book and pretty hard to read on the bus as the cover is a mosaic of naked women, but I was wondering if anyone had even ever heard of it? It mentions Aubrey Burl, The stone circle; Gordons Early History as well as TMA and has quite an impressive alphabetical list of the SC's in the Aberdeen area.


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faerygirl
Posted by faerygirl
3rd June 2010ce
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