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A Companion to Economic Geography - Sheppard, Eric
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A Companion to Economic Geography
ISBN: 9780631235798
Edition language: English
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The Book Gourmet
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3.0 The Wicked Baron by Mary Lancaster
Gillyflower "Gillie" Muir is straddling a line. She needs to host card parties at her home, a mere six months after her father's death, or risk destitution. On the other hand, she's ostracized by the "good" women of the little town of Blackhaven, including a countess, because of those parties. It lo...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
1.0 Poison: A Wicked Snow White Tale
I'm a firm believer that it's a rare re-telling that's better than the original. This is not that rare re-telling. In general, I'm 'meh' about fairy tales anyway, at least as an adult, though I can't remember any I loved as a kid either. Even in my innocent youth I lacked romance. But I neede...
Bridget Blogs Books
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3.5 Until Friday Night (A Field Party Novel #1) by Abbi Glines (spoilers)
For my thoughts, go to: Bridget Blogs Books. This review will have some level of spoilers so if you haven't read the book, click at your own risk.
theguywhoreads
theguywhoreads rated it
4.0 When The Dark Comes, The Battle for Perdido Beach Begins...
Series can be difficult to write for an author and of course, for me, I have never read any books beyond a trilogy as I prefer it to be short and sweet. Gone series by Michael Granthad surprise me in some - good flow of science-fiction, unraveling plots and twist and characters you understand them a...
Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it
3.0 Great connection with main characters, could be a bit shorter and less head hopping.
I loved the connection between Nikki and Maxwell. They did not trust it, but it paid off in the end. I enjoyed the antics of Maxwell and Nikki's caring. Together, they were a fun couple. The story was a bit too long and confusing with too many points of view, but the premise of this story was defini...
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