On the Outside Looking in - Julie Ellis Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727876775 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Julie Ellis / Edition: large type edition / Hardcover / 286 Pages / Book is published 2008-04 by Severn House Large Print Books
Newest Review: ... dangerous. ==My thoughts on the book:== Overall I did enjoy reading this interesting piece of fiction. It was in a sense a ... more
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==Background:== At my work they have a scheme were by people who have finished with a book, bring it in and exchange it for another. Recently I exchanged one of my Donna Leon novels recently for this novel. I fancied a change of author and a different type of novel so I picked up this one, in the hope I would enjoy it and if I didn't what had I lost. ==About the author:== Julie Ellis was born in Columbus in America in 1933 and died in February 2006 of a stroke. In a long and successful career she wrote 57 novels. Writing under two other names Susan Marino and Susan Marvin. The book am I reviewing was one of her last written published ... Read the complete review
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