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And you'll have 2 more in the series to look forward to after reading MADRIGAL.
Ms. Linforth's writing was nothing short of fantastic; she stayed true to the original characters as created by Leroux, giving them depth and purpose.
I didn't find it so weighed down in description in each and every sentence that I forgot what the sentence was about at the end of it.
Reviewed by Robin
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book
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