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Jan

or favourite e-reader

Et tu, Tania?

Ann

Thanks for the info.
Ann

Miami

Duran Duran has enchanted my childhood and adolescence and they are still on top list, I will never have enough about their music.
I didn't heard about Swierczynski but know that you mention it I will check for it .

Benoit Lelievre

Funny thing, I bought Fun & Games also today. Duane Swierczynski is a very talented young writer. I have seen you got Anthony Neil Smith on your blogroll. Have you read the Billy Lafitte Saga? It's pretty intense.

Ann

I haven't heard of this. Thanks for the info.
Ann

Ronald S. Barrios, author of Blood Drops

I have to admit I've never swooned over Duran-Duran, I'm sure my wife will be happy to read that, but I am always looking for a new author. I'll have to look up Duane Swierczynski on amazon. Do you know if his novels are available on Kindle?

Andrew Statezny

Other than I'm not exactly sure what sleaze-action means, i'm captivated by your enthusiasm for the book. It sounds golden, and I look forward to the full review.

Michael Lockridge

I rather like the term 'sleaze-action.' I shall certainly check this out.

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