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September 20, 2012


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barbarabooks@hotmail.com. Thanks!


Happened to land on your blog looking for reviews of this book. Good timing! Jakied@hotmail.com


Exciting! Count me in. jennadobbs@yahoo.com

Desperate Reader

I keep hearing about this book - it may be time to go and seek it out.

Sarah Wrightson

Intriguing book, made more so by Ms. Moore's interview! Thank you for this. sarahw@vincebell.com


This sounds wonderful--I had wanted to read it in any case, so I'd love a chance to read it sooner than later (literarycat@hotmail.com). Thanks for sharing Alison's answers--I always love hearing about a writer's experience (in reading and writing)!

Matt Richards

I love the Booker shortlist. Thanks for your generosity and please throw my name into the ring. m.richards@aol.com

Judith Lightman

Oooh, sounds delicious! Count me in: judithlightman@yahoo.com

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