#23 Learning To Love by D. Macomber: http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/5751152182 #24 Dying For Mercy by Mary Jane Clark http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/91811566597 #25 When Day Breaks http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/55711530814 #26 Ready For Love by D. Macomber http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/86111540049 #27 Dirty Work by Stuart Woods http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/57811519751 #28 Dead In The Water hhtp//www.bookcrossing.com/--/32211521899 #29 Unmasking The Dukes Mistress http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/06211578991 #30 Texas Heat by Debbie Rawlins http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/75011578987 #31 Dante's Marrage Pact by Harlewuin http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/09011578983 #32 Death Of An Adept by Katerine Kurtz http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/34711578977 #33 3rd Degree by J. Patterson http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/32611566614 #34 1st To Die J. Patterson http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/84111531755 #35 Sweet Revenge by Diane Mott Davidson http/www.bookcrossing.com/--/91011579478 #36 Fatally Flaky by Diane Mott Davidson http/www.bookcrossing.com/--/96111579475 #37 Sisters by Danielle Steel http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/33711577611 #38 Crusader Gold By David Gibbins http//www.bookcrossing.com/--/67011577608
First, I replied to a post way way up the list, not realising my post would be listed there - here is the info in the correct place: But here goes: 1 The railway DETECTIVE - Edward Marston http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11597721?...
"The truth is that even big collections of ordinary books distort space, as can readily be proved by anyone who has been around a really old-fashioned secondhand bookshop, one that looks as though they were designed by M. Escher on a bad day and has more
stairways than storeys and those rows of shelves which end in little doors that are surely too small for a full-sized human to enter. The relevant equation is: Knowledge = power = energy = matter = mass; a good bookshop is just a genteel Black Hole that knows
how to read. "