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Pistols For Two by Georgette Heyer
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Feb 05, 2011

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bookshelves: historical-fiction, regency, romance, short-stories, authors-gh
Read on February 04, 2011

These are entertaining and readable, on the whole, but probably only for the Heyer completist. She's done most of this to better effect in her novels, where there's far more scope for situation and character development. That said, I did like "A Clandestine Affair", because the history between the two main characters made their relationship feel more real. I also liked "Night at the Inn", for its unusually suspenseful plot with genuinely tense and creepy bits.

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