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Dying to Fly Fish: A Max Addams Fly-Fishing Mystery (Dead Letter Mysteries)
by David Leitz | Mystery & Thrillers
Registered by wingNancyNovawing of Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on 6/2/2016
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status (set by NancyNova): travelling


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1 journaler for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by wingNancyNovawing from Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Thursday, June 02, 2016

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from the Jacob's Woods book shelf 


Journal Entry 2 by wingNancyNovawing at Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA on Friday, September 23, 2016

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Released 1 yr ago (9/23/2016 UTC) at Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

For the 3 every week, ultimate and wild animal release challenges

If you aren't familiar with Bookcrossing, take a few minutes to check out this very cool site. Bookcrossers LOVE books, and more than anything, they love to read books and then set them free for other people to find and enjoy. I would love it if you would leave a journal entry -- you can say where you found the book or how you liked it when you read it. Then, when you are ready, pass it along for someone else to enjoy! Thanks and happy reading!  


Journal Entry 3 by wingNancyNovawing at Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Monday, November 07, 2016

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back from the WB 


Journal Entry 4 by wingNancyNovawing at Kulpsville Post Office OBCZ in Kulpsville, Pennsylvania USA on Saturday, February 18, 2017

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Released 1 yr ago (2/18/2017 UTC) at Kulpsville Post Office OBCZ in Kulpsville, Pennsylvania USA

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

For the 3 every week, ultimate and GBBC release challenges.
Backyard Bird count here: http://gbbc.birdcount.org/

If you aren't familiar with Bookcrossing, take a few minutes to check out this very cool site. Bookcrossers LOVE books, and more than anything, they love to read books and then set them free for other people to find and enjoy. I would love it if you would leave a journal entry -- you can say where you found the book or how you liked it when you read it. Then, when you are ready, pass it along for someone else to enjoy! Thanks and happy reading!  


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