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December 18, 2011


Gerard McMahon

Very nice, it is a touching book...

Susan McCulloch

Thanks for the review of the Parker book. It sounds like a perfect book for Alan.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

The first link in the story has an audio of Forster reading. Give it a click to get a sense of it. Listening to the book, with Forster's voice and pacing, is an entirely different experience from reading on your own. How about letting me know if Alan tries it.
Thanks for the response!

Susan Sullivan

Just finishing a Parker...one I read before but he is my go to man for light, easy story telling...

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