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My edition is a Signet Classic, and thus not exactly as shown.

Although a HUGE fan of Mary Ann Evans Cross (the author’s real name back when women had a hard time publishing), THIS is just not my favoUrite novel.

$ USA 3.95; CDN 4.50;
purchased for $2.50

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I was thinking of boxing this tome,  d/t its dust-collecting cover, but quickly remembered that it came from the dearly-departed ‘Upstairs Dave’ [R.I.P]…plus I Could have been using it while reading about The Tudors and historical fiction, so I’ll park it with the former for now.

LABEL $4; Cozens

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‘Co-incidence’ – amidst a pile of UN-shelved books Bedroom, with  a LOT of other Cornwell books, presumably novels…

REMEMBER LOVING IT & recommending it to a fellow Cornwell-fan who couldn’t find his cc.

After the preceding, can’t wait to re-read it!

$USA 7.99; CDN 10.99!;
Goodwill $2

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I THOUGHT I read  “…author of SophiE’S CHOICE, but no matter…

I ADORED THIS…haunting [which, if you haven’t guessed yet,  it my highest accolade] iN more than one respect!

2017-NOV-24 1620h
£7.99;
Giant Tiger; $CDN 4.99

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Fascinating!
but for some reason
I read this over many stages,
between many other books

so there are more-than-usual notes;
see The Reader’s Journal

 and thEsE BEFORE it slipped down the head-of-the-bed

 

Methinks it had never been read either! £7.99

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I’M fairly certain I picked this up at a shop near the St Lawrence Market [Toronto] what, two decades [!!] ago in Toronto before The Explanade, etc., exploded…

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TORONTONIANS: It was large near the South St. Laurence Market Building; HELP ME OUT HERE, SVP!

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If you are using the US Keyboard, with NumLock on, hold down the ALT key and type 156 on the Keypad. When you release the ALT key, the pound sign will appear.

If you are using the UK Keyboard, press SHIFT+3.

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