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Used Women's Book Club
by Paul Bryers | Literature & Fiction
Registered by Elandria of not specified on 9/12/2012
Average 1 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by Elandria): travelling


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Journal Entry 1 by Elandria from not specified, not specified not specified on Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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On the night a book group meets to swap novels, the husband of one of its members borrows a flat in which to have an illicit affair. It isn't the first time Larry has made himself scarce for one of Rob's adulterous flings, but tonight Rob is viciously beaten to death with a fisherman's hook. Is a modern-day Jack the Ripper on the loose? Can Larry work out who will be attacked next? And what is the link to the "Used Women's Book Club?" The suspicion and fear growing between this group of friends is making them all sick to their stomachs as the killer tears along, leaving blood and lives strewn through the streets of East London.

29.09.2012: After starting to read this book twice and wrestling through the first 60 pages, I put it down. The story is very erratic and starts at a (for me) totally illogical point in the timeline. It took me quite a while to figure out what the story is actually about. Hopefully it finds a better home with its next reader. 


Journal Entry 2 by Elandria at Prinsentuin in Groningen, Groningen Netherlands on Monday, October 15, 2012

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Released 6 yrs ago (10/15/2012 UTC) at Prinsentuin in Groningen, Groningen Netherlands

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

Released at one of my favorite spots in the Groningen city centre.

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