Thursdays at Eight - Debbie Macomber Reviews
Description:ISBN 0778301176 / Genre: Romance / Author: Debbie Macomber / Paperback / 377 Pages / Book is published 2006-01-20 by Mira Books
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by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Thursdays at Eight is the first Debbie Macomber book I have read. I was looking for an easy reading book to take on holiday and this looked as though it would fit the bill. Debbie Macomber lives in Washington and is married with 4 children. She wrote many manuscripts before finally getting one published and has now achieved sales of over 51 million novels worldwide with a variety of books. Thursdays at Eight, although not an autobiography, is based on her own experience of forming a group of friends who met for breakfast once a week to share their lives and support each other through the joys and the tears. The Story Set in ... Read the complete review
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