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July 12, 2009

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Debbie

The Seamstress sound great I would love to read it.
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Kathy

This book sound absolutely marvelous, but I'm not sure I can get it read in time since it's so long.

anne

I am captivated with this unique novel and would enjoy reading this book and participating. Thanks for this lovely chance.

gwendolyn b.

Wow. This sounds so good. I could get completely lost in this novel. I'd love to participate.

Carolina Gal's Literary Cafe

I have been looking forward to this one coming out. I have heard great things from this book. Can't wait to listen in.

Ti

This sounds so good! Count me in!

Carolina Gal's Literary Cafe

From the previous post, if I did not make it clear yest I wan't to read this book, and participate. It sounds like I can get my teeth into this one.

Michelle B

This sounds intriguing! I'd like to participate.

Amanda

What a interesting sounding book. I'd love to participate. Thank you!

scouillard

I'd like to participate. I would love to read it.
Thanks

Heather

I've long wanted to read this book; it just sounds so good! I hope I can listen in! Thanks.

Kelly

Sounds really neat I can't wait to listen in!

Melissa C

I would love to participate if you still have copies left!

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