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I got suckered into these by their seemingly historical/cultural back covers.

 

 

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  1. DARK CROSSINGS  –eeks – had at MINIMUM A Harlequin LOGO ” the very end;
    thought could be like Beverly Lewis23
  2. CONSTANT HEART, THE
  3. HALF HIDDEN
  4. WHAT WE FIND
    what is @women’s fiction, SVP?
  5. FARTHING WILL DO -Harry£1 I was not familiar with life on the Channel Islands during WWII
  6. KEEP SMILING THOUGH – Harry 2

 

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I’m guessing at the bookjacket, as my cc was purchased sans one, but IS purple-with-black-binding.

Dear Followers HELP. SVP!
Did I see this as an` decade-ago-flick
or was that an awful dream?

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Really enjoyed this,
particularly as I’ve long had a ‘thing’ about Bountiful, B.C., et al


including the Utah Olympics where so many womyn & children  SUBSIST on ‘welfare’
…honestly, how many people can one man truly look after!

to Canucks…[SO] Initially, the author’s surname really threw me…
You may search THIS site for more about Bountiful

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bedside reading for
when you don’t know what you want to read

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I dagainst-will_434id my Grade Nine

[Canadian for ‘Ninth Gr.”]

history essay on medicine in the 1900’s.
After reading Against Their Will, geez, I’n not sure which was worse;
no, 19th Century medicine may have been ignorant,
but, @ least in America, the 20th Century  – or @ least the first 75 years of it, was WORSE;
using the most vulnerable of society as human guinea pigs!

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For the book that turned HeLa Cells into a PERSON for me, see here.

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