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Richard Harding Davis
Birth date: April 18, 1864
Died: April 11, 1916
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...Bookfanatic
...Bookfanatic rated it 6 months ago
After surviving the events of 'Fair Game' Elliot and Tucker are making a go of being a couple and while it's not always perfect both men are determined to make it work this time. While Tucker's still wrapping up the case that brought them back together, Elliot finds himself embroiled in a new myster...
Debra E's Never-Ending TBR
Debra E's Never-Ending TBR rated it 1 year ago
Review originally posted at Sinfully.3.5 starsMarc, a red panda shifter and goalie for the Arizona Hares and Lucas, a jaguar shifter and player for the Las Vegas Aces, are playing together in the World Cup on the Canadian National hockey team. After the last game they drink, they flirt and hook up. ...
Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it 2 years ago
Book – Cursed MiraclesAuthor – Meg HardingStar rating - ★★☆☆☆No. of Pages – 48Cover – Gorgeous, but misleading.POV – 3rd person, present tenseWould I read it again – No.Genre – LGBT, Holiday, Christmas, Paranormal, Witch, Historical-to-Present-Day, Romance** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK FOR MY READING PLEA...
Rene Hasekamp
Rene Hasekamp rated it 6 years ago
A nice short detective story about an amateur detective who is asked by a young woman on a boat to find her lost husband in London, where they are traveling to. He is surprised how soon he finds the lost husband ...I am not really a short-story-man, but I could appreciate this one quite a lot.
Not Quite Home
Not Quite Home rated it 6 years ago
This reminds of some of the old B&W television shows I used to watch as a kid. You know the ones: two friends, one of whom has a knack for coming up with kookey schemes and finding trouble while the other one goes along for the ride and gets in it just as deeply (ala Lucy and Ethel, Laurel and Hardy...
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