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June 28, 2008


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I tried the two 'book' links and they brought up blank pages. Only when I went to the author page, then entered Yxta Murray was I able to get to the two books. The work was worth it! The two books look very interesting and I would love to read them. Thanks! Michelle


My gosh those books look sooooo interesting! I'd love to read them :) Thanks!

Book Club Girl

Thanks Michelle, I just checked and the links seem to be working now. I think you just have to wait a minute for them to load. But I'm glad you persevered! I'll get in touch via email for your address.


I would love to read and review those for my website if you still have copies Thanks so much:)

Julie P.

I wasn't familiar with these books, but they look wonderful. I love the idea of a main character being a bookseller!


I love the idea of the bookseller, too and when you combine that with ancient mysteries I'm ready to read!


These books are so captivating. Love the cover design too~


These books are definitely unique and enthralling. Lovely.

Julie E.

I'm sorry I missed this giveaway, because these books look really good. I'll have to look for them when I go to the bookstore tomorrow! :)


I read th Queen Jade and it is sooooo cool!!!!The main character is really strong and she does what she wants.

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