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love her Monk stories…ordering some of the early ones that I missedPublished 13 days ago by Sharon Svoboda
A friend raved about Anne Perry so I thought I'd try one of her books. This was definitely the wrong one, however, for I found this story rather uninteresting and poorly written. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MaryM
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