Gwendoline Christie

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Gwendoline Christie Goes From Westeros To A Galaxy Far, Far Away

3 June 2014 | 9:04 pm Gwendoline Christie has been in acting since 2007, but she got her big break when she was cast as Brienne of Tarth in HBOs Game of Thrones. Now shes joining another major media property. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Christie http://www.webpronews.com/gwendoline-christie-goes-from-westeros-to-a-galaxy-far-far-away-2014-06

'Star Wars': Gwendoline Christie, Lupita Nyong'o as…?

3 June 2014 | 5:37 pm By Jeff Labrecque Jeff Labrecque takes three guesses for each actress, based entirely on wishful thinking http://popwatch.ew.com/2014/06/03/star-wars-lupita-nyongo-gwendoline-christie/

Brienne Of Darth: 7 Star Wars Roles Perfect For Gwendoline Christie

3 June 2014 | 3:18 pm Who should the 'Game of Thrones' actress play in J.J. Abrams' upcoming 'Star Wars' film? These are our picks. http://www.mtv.com/news/1836968/brienne-of-darth-7-star-wars-roles-perfect-for-gwendoline-christie/

'Star Wars': Who might Lupita Nyong'o and Gwendoline Christie play …

3 June 2014 | 5:28 pm After much harrumphing that the new Star Wars film was in danger of not being Title IX compliant, the Force was somewhat balanced yesterday with the announcement that Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o and Game of Thrones … http://popwatch.ew.com/2014/06/03/star-wars-lupita-nyongo-gwendoline-christie/

Meet Gwendoline Christie! 5 Fun Facts About Blonde Bombshell …

2 June 2014 | 9:45 pm First Gwendoline Christie is cast as Commander Lyme in the Hunger Games: Mockingjay, and now she's announced as having a part in Star Wars?! How EXCITING!!! While fans have been absolutely LOV-ING her as Brienne … http://perezhilton.com/2014-06-02-five-fun-facts-about-gwendoline-christie-blonde-bombshell-cast-star-wars-exciting-news

Lupita Nyong'o and Gwendoline Christie join Star Wars VII cast …

2 June 2014 | 8:53 pm Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o, fresh from her success in Steve McQueen's harrowing 12 Years a Slave, and Gwendoline Christie, best known to genre fans as the fierce warrior Brienne of Tarth in Game of Thrones, will be … http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-06/02/star-wars-episode-vii-cast-expands

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12 Responses to Gwendoline Christie

  • ME says:

    What Are Some Good Mystery/detective/crime Novels? I’m looking for some mystery novels. So , I’m open for suggestions.
    Feel free to help me.

    xx

    • Curator says:

      This is a list of mystery writers from my website below. At that site you will find titles for each person on this list AND at that site if you click on an author’s name you will be taken either to their official website or another appropriate page for that author.

      Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham, Linwood Barclay, M. C. Beaton, Steve Berry, Sandra Brown, Gwendoline Butler, Stella Cameron, Raymond Chandler, Lee Child, Mary Higgins Clark, Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwall, Catherine Coulter, Robert Crais, Paul Doherty, Barry Eisler, Janet Evanovich, Joanne Fluke, Dick Francis, Margaret Frazer, Lisa Gardner, Anne George, Elizabeth George, Tess Gerritsen, Sue Grafton, Andrew Greeley, John Grisham, Dashiell Hammett, John Hart, Maddy Hunter, P. D. James, Faye Kellerman, Dean Koontz, Gordon Korman, Patricia Lewin, Ross MacDonald, Sharyn McCrumb, Ngaio Marsh, Mary E. Martin, Brad Meltzer, Stuart Palmer, Robert B. Parker, James Patterson, Richard North Patterson, Ridley Pearson, Ellis Peters, Ian Rankin, J. D. Robb, Dorothy L. Sayers, Daniel Silva, Karin Slaughter, Alexander McCall Smith, Marilyn Todd, Peter Tremayne, Margaret Truman, Patricia Wentworth, and Steven White.

  • Jane says:

    What Are Some Good Romance, Mystery Novels For Adults With Characters Between The Ages Of 20 To 30? For adults
    Characters ages are between 20 and 30
    With Romance (sex) and mystery

    • Curator says:

      There are 2 lists here from my website. At the links below you will find titles for each person on the lists AND at the links IF you click on an author’s name you will be taken to the author’s official website or another appropriate page for that author.

      ROMANCE WRITERS: Jo Beverly, Maeve Binchy, Sandra Brown, Catherine Coulter, Millie Criswell, Barbara Delinsky, Jude Deveraux, Jane Feather, Dorothy Garlock, Julie Garwood, Heather Graham Pozzessere, Robin Lee Hatcher, Linda Howard, Joan Johnston, Jayne Ann Krentz (Amanda Quick), Judith McNaught, Debbie Macomber, Linda Lael Miller, Constance O’Day-Flannery, Maggie Osborne, Diana Palmer, Rosamunde Pilcher, Mary Jo Putney, Nora Roberts, Dallas Schulze, Anne Rivers Siddons, LaVyrle Spencer, Danielle Steel, and Susan Wiggs.

      MYSTERY WRITERS: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham, Linwood Barclay, M. C. Beaton, Steve Berry, Sandra Brown, Gwendoline Butler, Stella Cameron, Raymond Chandler, Lee Child, Mary Higgins Clark, Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwall, Catherine Coulter, Robert Crais, Paul Doherty, Barry Eisler, Janet Evanovich, Joanne Fluke, Dick Francis, Margaret Frazer, Lisa Gardner, Anne George, Elizabeth George, Tess Gerritsen, Sue Grafton, Andrew Greeley, John Grisham, Dashiell Hammett, John Hart, Maddy Hunter, P. D. James, Faye Kellerman, Dean Koontz, Gordon Korman, Patricia Lewin, Ross MacDonald, Sharyn McCrumb, Ngaio Marsh, Mary E. Martin, Brad Meltzer, Stuart Palmer, Robert B. Parker, James Patterson, Richard North Patterson, Ridley Pearson, Ellis Peters, Ian Rankin, J. D. Robb, Dorothy L. Sayers, Daniel Silva, Karin Slaughter, Alexander McCall Smith, Marilyn Todd, Peter Tremayne, Margaret Truman, Patricia Wentworth, and Steven White.

  • Recommended Mystery Novels? For my high school English course, I need to read a bunch of mystery novels.

    What are some good ones for a teenager? I’m a good reader so I want something more advanced than the regular teen mystery book, yet something not too gory or nightmarish (I have an active imagination =P)

    • Curator says:

      The link below lists lots of Mystery Writers and their works. At that link if you click on an author’s name you will be taken either to their official website or another appropriate page.

      I recommend
      Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
      anything by Agatha Christie
      The Maltese Falcon is a classic
      Mary Higgins Clark, but NOT her daughter Carol Higgins Clark
      Margaret Truman (daughter of President Harry Truman) always set her mysteries in the DC area.
      If you like to cook desserts try Joanne Fluke. Her main character Hannah Swenson owns a bake shop and the books always include recipes.
      Gwendoline Butler is British and I have rarely been able to predict how her books will end.
      Sharyn McCrumb wrote a wonderful series of ballad mysteries including: Rosewood Casket, She Walks These Hills, and The Ballad of Frankie Silver. They are linked by common characters.

      Someone mentioned Brother Cadfil – You will find those at the link below.

      AVOID
      You will probably want to avoid Patricia Cornwall. Her Kay Scarpetta character is a forensic pathologist and Cornwall has a bad habit of describing TOO WELL what the psycho did to the body. It’s a bit much for me.

  • Magicdust says:

    Any Good Books You Recommend? I’m always alone so my past time is reading. What are your favorite books that you might recommend someone like me?

    I’m 23 so please don’t tell me to read Twilight or Harry Potter…

    • Curator says:

      I’ve given you 2 lists: Romance writers and Mystery writers from my website. The links below will provide you with titles for each person on these lists AND at those links if you click on an author’s name you will be taken to their official website or another appropriate page for that author.

      ROMANCE WRITERS: Jo Beverly, Maeve Binchy, Sandra Brown, Catherine Coulter, Millie Criswell, Barbara Delinsky, Jude Deveraux, Jane Feather, Dorothy Garlock, Julie Garwood, Heather Graham Pozzessere, Robin Lee Hatcher, Linda Howard, Joan Johnston, Jayne Ann Krentz (Amanda Quick), Judith McNaught, Debbie Macomber, Linda Lael Miller, Constance O’Day-Flannery, Maggie Osborne, Diana Palmer, Rosamunde Pilcher, Mary Jo Putney, Nora Roberts, Dallas Schulze, Anne Rivers Siddons, LaVyrle Spencer, Danielle Steel, and Susan Wiggs.

      MYSTERY WRITERS: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham, Linwood Barclay, M. C. Beaton, Steve Berry, Sandra Brown, Gwendoline Butler, Stella Cameron, Raymond Chandler, Lee Child, Mary Higgins Clark, Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwall, Catherine Coulter, Robert Crais, Paul Doherty, Barry Eisler, Janet Evanovich, Joanne Fluke, Dick Francis, Margaret Frazer, Lisa Gardner, Anne George, Elizabeth George, Tess Gerritsen, Sue Grafton, Andrew Greeley, John Grisham, Dashiell Hammett, John Hart, Maddy Hunter, P. D. James, Faye Kellerman, Dean Koontz, Gordon Korman, Patricia Lewin, Ross MacDonald, Sharyn McCrumb, Ngaio Marsh, Mary E. Martin, Brad Meltzer, Stuart Palmer, Robert B. Parker, James Patterson, Richard North Patterson, Ridley Pearson, Ellis Peters, Ian Rankin, J. D. Robb, Dorothy L. Sayers, Daniel Silva, Karin Slaughter, Alexander McCall Smith, Marilyn Todd, Peter Tremayne, Margaret Truman, Patricia Wentworth, and Steven White.

    • Curator says:

      This is a list of mystery writers from my website. At the link below you can find titles for each person on this list AND at that site if you click on an author’s name you will be taken either to the author’s official website or another appropriate page for that author.

      Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham, Linwood Barclay, M. C. Beaton, Steve Berry, Sandra Brown, Gwendoline Butler, Stella Cameron, Raymond Chandler, Lee Child, Mary Higgins Clark, Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwall, Catherine Coulter, Robert Crais, Paul Doherty, Barry Eisler, Janet Evanovich, Joanne Fluke, Dick Francis, Margaret Frazer, Lisa Gardner, Anne George, Elizabeth George, Tess Gerritsen, Sue Grafton, Andrew Greeley, John Grisham, Dashiell Hammett, John Hart, Maddy Hunter, P. D. James, Faye Kellerman, Dean Koontz, Gordon Korman, Patricia Lewin, Ross MacDonald, Sharyn McCrumb, Ngaio Marsh, Mary E. Martin, Brad Meltzer, Stuart Palmer, Robert B. Parker, James Patterson, Richard North Patterson, Ridley Pearson, Ellis Peters, Ian Rankin, J. D. Robb, Dorothy L. Sayers, Daniel Silva, Karin Slaughter, Alexander McCall Smith, Marilyn Todd, Peter Tremayne, Margaret Truman, Patricia Wentworth, and Steven White.

      Also consider books by Mitch Albom: The Five People You Meet in Heaven, For One More Day, and Tuesdays with Morrie

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