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Reviews by Rob Pealing

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I think of this as a desert isand castaway story. It as a certain sensuous undercurrent to it but no overt sex, I don't know why it is listed in the sexuality section. Having said that it is an enjoyable read that is extremely well written and is surprisingly difficult to put down.

Reviewed on 2006.10.01

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This is fun to read. The beginning makes one realise that western social systems do have some merits, though the heroine despite being forced into prostitution by the death of her parents, seems to enjoy it after a short time. The ending seems weak, as if Clelland was in a hurry to get it finished. (Maybe his time in jail was almost finished)

Reviewed on 2006.10.01

The Case of the Golden Bullet

by Grace Isabel Colbron and Auguste Groner

This is an enjoyable short story with good portrayal of the main character.

Reviewed on 2005.05.06

The Thirty-Nine Steps

by John Buchan

The plot does not hang together very well and is far fetched. Despite this the story moves quickly and is fun to read.

Reviewed on 2005.01.16

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