Hand/Eye goes to Gina of Fan my Flame. And The Fine Colour of Rust moves on to Claire of Thriftwood, who must agree to similarly pass it on when she is done with it and - a new condition - to add her name to the attached list of previous readers when she does. Happy reading ladies! If you could let me have your postal addresses I'll mail your winnings to you asap.It's like a bloggy version of the circulating libraries that were common in the eighteenth century! Of course novels were not deemed to be 'a good thing' back then. No, novels were concerned with the history of lovers ... [and] the melting sensations of what is called ... 'the tender passion' (oo'er!) and they were not to be encouraged! Or so bluestocking Catherine Macaulay (who you can read about here) insisted. I wonder what she'd have made of Fifty Shades of Grey?! Which I haven't read, by the way ... no, it's salt sugar smoke which has been exciting me. I guess that's middle age ... you take a cookery book to bed with you! Which reminds me, I have an Amazon voucher to spend ... any recommendations?