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Home is where the heartbreak
Wraps cold around my bones
~ Beth Orton

Thoroughly enjoyable.

Surprisingly, I found @ least five typos nearer the end; MOST unusual for a British press.

 

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crossing2ENL A British take on the ‘craze.’
Most engrossing – and another FEMALE scientist

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unruly434

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Whew…this is more like it!

[Aug 11] I don’t want it to end…now where is that fat CathErine-the-Great biography…
FRASER: ?/Biographer, ANTONIA

That’s all folks!

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preludeCROP434
Not a thriller in the contemporary sense, but I enjoyed it very much.

NOW UNDER EDITING:
[when I started this, I thot it was NOT framed in that Russian-theme],

so if you substitute the latest world threats …geez, maybe not much has changed.

Jul 31 – that’s all folks!

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[Also purchased sans book jacket – this is USA publisher 201x]

The 2014, US version was a bit weird for a Canuck, with British slang interspersed with ‘American English’ [theRe is no bl**dy such thing!]

She got most of Jason-the-Canadian right, but he was ED: un-intentionally only a two-dimensional-character [perhaps d/t/her own modesty], and, Ms. Haynes, there was one bit of slang about the hockey room fight that was backwards, @ least in Ontario!

Still, the author’s credits are impressive, and i WOULD read more!

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Devil’s Beat

DEVILS-BEAT

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mind1

[My version not exactly as shown]

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