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Denn wer zuletzt stirbt (Stationsarzt Dr. Felix Hoffmann) -
Denn wer zuletzt stirbt (Stationsarzt Dr. Felix Hoffmann)
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ISBN: B0058EWNOE
Edition language: English
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Peregrinations
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3.5 The House of Broken Angels
When I first read the description of this book, the first thing that came to mind was a book I read about 15 years ago, about another Mexican patriarch on his death dead, La Muerte de Artemio Cruz (1962) by Carlos Fuentes. As I started the book, I realized that I was indeed reading the death bed sto...
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3.5 Hell On Wheels
Well, I liked it, but didn't really like it...I have some nitpicks. So, Ali's got some people after her and she goes to her brother's best friend for help. She's known him (and been in love with him) for over a decade and vice versa.This had a decent amount of suspense. The characters are likable. B...
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For the last twenty years, Cobalt has burned with a need of one female, a beautiful raven-haired cougar who captured his heart the moment he set eyes on her. His position as pride protector has been a blessing at past mating gatherings, keeping females away, but this time it feels like the worst of ...
DubaiReader
DubaiReader rated it
4.0 A rollicking romp.
This was fun! Certainly not the most in-depth book I've ever read, but an enjoyable romp with entertaining characters and brilliantly narrated by Diana Croft. Daisy Dunlop is a nutty private investigator, along the lines of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum. She has teamed up with her husband's bes...
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3.0 A feasting soucouyant?
White is for witching, a colour to be worn so that all other colours can enter you, so that you may use them. Creepy, intriguing, mysterious, frustrating, and melancholy, White is for Witching had a very strong start that sagged a bit in the middle and then ultimately puttered out into its own eni...
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