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Date: Jul 2 6:00 PM, 2010
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I've had a sneaky flick through this book, and I think that during a cold winter's night, with a class of port in one hand, sitting next to my roaring fire I am going to enjoy it.

Bella


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This First Edition book has also come my way today...and I shall let my views be known in due course.....gotta finish all my Poldarks first!!!

Bella


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23. After the Act - 1965.

"Uncommonly intelligent and moving" - Daily Telegraph.

"An excellent novel" - Sunday Express.

"Beneath the surface of this beautifully polished suspense story the author has probed the intangibles of life, death and human guilt." - New York Times.

"I'm not a promiscuous man, and in the seven years of marriage to Harriet I had hardly so much as glanced elsewhere. Certainly I had had no straying fancies in Paris. But sometimes you don't have to look, or even be receptive. The lightning strikes and - God help you -  there it is."



-- Edited by Ross Poldark on Sunday 27th of January 2013 11:46:31 AM

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