Calico Road - Anna Jacobs Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340821426 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Anna Jacobs / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published 2005-07-18 by Hodder ... more
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by - written on 13/08/08 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I was more than lucky to bag such a bargain as the product I will now review, from one of the many sales that my local library holds. Even the lady librarian was a little green when she saw my purchase, even going as far as to say she would have bought it if she realised it was on the sale table......tough! The book I will now review is "Calico road" by Anna Jacobs. As the front cover of the book suggests this is the last "riveting saga" from this author, of course this may be true for the author using this name, but has released various titles under a few different pseudonyms, one of them being Shannah Jay, anyway I ... Read the complete review
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