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July 15, 2013

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Martha @ Hey, I want to read that

Weeeee, I was lucky enough to get to read an early copy of A Question of Honor. It was so good, this series just keeps getting better and better. I love Bess and Simon, Colonel Sahib and his Lady. The only downside to having read it already is now I have so long to wait till the next one. Sigh, somehow I'll survive.

Jason Adams

These books sounds great. Every few months I buy my girlfriend a few new ones that she usually takes to her book club. I recently bought her “Mofongo” by Cecilia Samartin, http://www.ceciliasamartin.com/, and she said they’ve already finished it, so now I’m looking for a few more. This looks like a few she and her club might really like. Thanks for the ideas.

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