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The Moor's Last Sigh (Vintage International)

i love it how books come to you when they are ready, or when you are ready (perhaps they always are and there they sit waiting paitently for your time) anyway - the time is now, and i find myself rushing through like the moor himself.. rejoicing in the decadence of days, the headiness and arrogance of language.

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you also have to read old filth by jane gardam and the raw scent of vanilla by Emilia Bresciani. what is a blog? i like yours anyway!! am now very proud aunty bournie! to a wee man frankie ambrose thompson!! ill send you some pics xxoooo

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