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A Small Death in the Great Glen

by A. D. Scott

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A Small Death in the Great Glen by A. D. Scott
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  • Published in USA  Aug 2010
    416 pages
    Genre: Mysteries

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Danae

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So bad. More than half way through the book and its not even concerning the death of the boy.Too many details a bunch of non sense. You can skip paragraphs, pages and still be able to follow along. I'm frustrated with this book in fact I'm throwing it away instead of donating it and by doing that may save another soul from the fury it has made me feel. I wasted my life reading this.
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