Every Step You Take - Maureen O'Brien Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751534749 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Maureen O'Brien / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2005-10-06 by Time Warner Paperbacks
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by - written on 07/09/09, updated on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Ok <deep breath>. Time to come out of the closet as a Doctor Who fan. The "Classic" series, not the new that is. So, what does that mean? Well, it means I collect the DVDs that are issued and, once a year I go to a Doctor Who convention. Don't worry, I'm not one of those ultra fanboys who has a full size replica of the TARDIS in their house, talks about nothing else but Doctor Who and likes to dress up as Tom Baker. What, I hear you ask, does Doctor Who have to do with a book review by someone called Maureen O'Brien? Read on and all shall be revealed..... Who is Maureen O'Brien?: Maureen O'Brien was born in 1943 in ... Read the complete review
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