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Tami rated it 4 years ago
This "sleuth in the early 20th century with a lot of gay sex" story line was highly entertaining. I chuckled a lot about Mitchell's antics and his irrepressible sense of - ahem - justice... An enjoyable if a bit pornesque read.
Charmingly Euphemistic
Charmingly Euphemistic rated it 4 years ago
Books with way too much sex often feel to me like nothing is happening. OK sex is happening, but it is the same thing over and over (like saying or thinking "you are my everything" repeatedly).And this also explains why sometimes books with a ton of sex do work for me. Like this one. So much sex. Th...
Lenaribka rated it 5 years ago
4,5 starsI don’t know what you felt when you turned the last page of [b:A Sticky End|7771547|A Sticky End (Mitch Mitchell Mystery, #3)|James Lear|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1392099056s/7771547.jpg|10665773], but I felt a bit sad because my our eventful adventure with Mitch Mitchell, amateur dick...
Lenaribka rated it 6 years ago
AudibleHonestly. I'm VERY close to name it my favorite James Lear book, or well, at least it will take place on the top of my James Lear THE BEST LIST. And I put it always aside, because of reserved reviews!..What a shame! You see, trust only your own taste. Even with your best reading buddies you c...
Romance and other things
Romance and other things rated it 6 years ago
. Killing is easy. Love is... The Hardest Thing James Lear does Lee Child Once a major in the U.S. Army, Dan Stagg fell afoul of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. In his late 30s, tall, and muscular, Dan is prone to violence, always upholding what he views as justice. He’s offered a great deal of money to prote...
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