This museum was a mix of Daphne Du Maurier and Smuggling. Most content was good and informative although some exhibits didn't seem to fit and had no explanation as to why they were in the cabinet. One was an autobiography of Val Doonican and another of someone we had never heard of. Were these books ghosted by Du Maurier if so put a note in the cabinet to say so.
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