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All The Queen's Men

by Linda Howard

All The Queen's Men by Linda Howard X
All The Queen's Men by Linda Howard
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  • First Published:
    Aug 1999, 332 pages

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    Jun 2000, 376 pages

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Denise

The best book I 've read in a very long time. I was depressed when it was over. I wanted MORE! I still want more. 2 thumbs up Linda Howard
Repunzel

I loved the action in this book, and I think I could definitely fall for a guy as handy as John. I was slightly dissipointed at the end of the book, because I felt the ending was a little on the rushed side, and the reader has to make assumptions on how the book will end, based on statements made earlier in the beginning chapters. I would like to find out how things are going for John and Neima. I sincerely hope Ms. Howard plans on writing another book that ties in with All the Queen's Men....it would be interesting to see if the villain in this book sees the light, and works on becoming a "Good Guy" Hint Hint......
Ettie Janzen

I've just finished All the Queen's Men and was surprised as I was reading that this book made it to the Best Sellers list. I found it very boring, but I kept reading until page 292 and 293. No wonder there is a woman raped every 2 minutes! Reading that page would give a man reason to say, "See; I told you; 'No' really means 'Yes'!" I am so discusted with those 2 pages I will never, ever read another Linda Howard book.
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