Serial Killer's Daughter, The
ISBN: 1599481626 Global Overview for this book
3 journalers for this copy...
This book is from the library of Purple58, a very special woman whom I was fortunate enough to meet through our BookCrossing group, the Table of Contents.
Fiercely independent, with a loving heart and a wicked sense of humor, she was passionate about the things she believed in and was willing to stand up and be counted when necessary. She was truly a one of a kind individual, and she will be missed by all of her many friends...who prefer to believe that she's off in Vegas, having a fabulous time and eating as many desserts as she wants.
She was a crappy Bookcrosser
But a wonderful human being
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
This book is released in memory of BookCrosser purple58, who wanted all of her books to find good homes after she was gone. Please feel free to read it, keep it, pass it on...whatever you wish. If you have something to say about the book, or a memory to share about Holly, please feel free to post it here: she was never shy about sharing her opinions, so she wouldn't expect any less.
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BookCrossing: making the whole world a library!
This book will be heading out soon in honor of a special woman who, like many BookCrossers, had a very impressive number of books. It's too bad she didn't journal more of them, because when she did, she always had something interesting to say.
Bookcrossing: n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise.
- from the Concise Oxford English Dictionary
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