Summer at Willow Lake - Susan Wiggs Reviews
Description:ISBN 0778304760 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Susan Wiggs / Paperback / 544 Pages / Book is published 2011-05-20 by Mira Books
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by - written on 24/07/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
My Kindle has been both a blessing and a curse during my 6 months in Colombia. A blessing because I can now access lots of books at UK prices, and am not limited to paying over the odds for the New York Times bestsellers, but a curse because I have been doing that - buying LOTS of books. I bought this book because it was in the Amazon summer sale - and still is as I write this - for £1.49. Bargain! I would have been tempted at that price regardless, but I had also read another of Wiggs' books and like it, so that sealed the deal. This book is, in fact, the first in an ongoing series about Willow Lake, and was first published in 2006, though had I seen it in a shop or in . Read the complete review
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