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Description Rock & Pop - StudioRecording - 2 CD(s) - Label: Sony Music Distribution, Sony BMG - Distributor: Sony Music/Arvato Services - Released: 14/03/2005 - 5099751957225 more

Rock & Pop

Description Every four seconds a Harlequin Mills & Boon romance novel is sold somewhere in the world. In India, the books give Shumita hope that her straying husband will return. In Japan, housewife Hiroko yearns... more

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Humourous and intelligent, quirky and original


...of the series, Guilty Pleasures, as well as the unravelling vampire murder mystery, we also learn how Anita Blake got started, and are introduced to the mysterious Jean Claude, a master vampire and Anita?s arch enemy, but also destined to become very close to her? Fast paced, humourous and intelligent, quirky and original, this is the book which got me hooked on the series (I am on book 7 now!). More reviews...

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“A Guilty Pleasure”

published 30/12/2014

Frivolous and fun

None - unless you always take your crime writing seriously

...'' "Let's make the most of it" And so we did'' ? the book is nothing less than a guilty pleasure. One feels that one should possibly be above such frivolity. One isn't. One loves it! Life cannot all be serious and doom and gloom? and even books which have at their heart murder and suicide and scandal can be light and mildly intriguing and ? sorry but I keep coming back to that word ? simply...

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Absorbing read overall

Story lacks depth in parts and moves slowly at times

...has ever believed in? Guilty?... Or not guilty? The Guilty One presents itself as a legal thriller, but the story line involving a young boy accused of murdering another child is actually a subplot, for this book is very much Daniel?s story ? of being a young, damaged and sometimes violent child, who feels angry about his life, but grows to become a largely functional, caring adult. Sebastian...

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