The Watchman

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by Robert Crais | e-Books | This book has not been rated.
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Registered by wingEdwardstreetwing of Lower Hutt, Wellington Province New Zealand on 12/29/2018
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Journal Entry 1 by wingEdwardstreetwing from Lower Hutt, Wellington Province New Zealand on Saturday, December 29, 2018
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Released 5 yrs ago (1/15/2019 UTC) at Ministry of Education in Lower Hutt, Wellington Province New Zealand


Need room in my car, so onto the shelf it goes

Journal Entry 3 by Sherlockfan at Wellington City, Wellington Province New Zealand on Friday, March 8, 2019
I caught this book at a regular meeting of Wellington Bookcrossers in the Trax Cafe at Wellington Railway Station. Great meet-up with 10 people present - the biggest gathering this year with only LizzieP unable to attend.
Although I am midway through a change in houses and should not have been gathering additional books I couldn't resist a Robert Crais temptation. He has long been a favourite of mine even though sometimes his characters have what could be described as unsociable habits - e.g. the predilection for gathering up road-kill, cooking and eating it - the plots and general characteristics of his characters are first class IMHU! Looking forward to seeing if this example follows the normal route. It will be next on my TBR pile.

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