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Subject: The Two of Us

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Date Posted: Saturday, April 11, 05:31:48pm

I just finished listening to Sheila Hancock's The Two of Us: My Life with John Thaw. It is a beautiful tribute. I bought the CD because I greatly admired Mr. Thaw. Over 10 years ago, I even sent him the only fan letter I have ever sent. I must admit that Morse got me through some very hard times. I have taped most of the episodes. I think what attracted me that he was a very human, flawed character, as I feel I am. (he was also VERY hot, a feeling shared by many women of my generation.) The story of his life seems very close to his Morse character.
I also rarely buy book CDs and usually rent them or get them from the library but knew I would want to own this one.
Besides learning so much about John and Ms Hancock, her chronicle of her year+ journey in grief, interspersed with various poems and readings, was very inspiring. I am not trying to increase sales of her book, but I was VERY touched by her heartfelt sharing of her life with John and her pain over his death. I know a few women who have lost beloved partners in the past few years and plan to share this CD with them.

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Re: The Two of UsKaren USAThursday, April 23, 02:45:38am

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