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The Bride That Time Forgot by Paul Magrs
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Feb 05, 2011

it was amazing
Read in February, 2011

The best yet, and I am getting better at picking up the other literary references.

Necks are being bitten all over Whitby. In an ordinary town this would be worrying. Here it's disastrous, and only Brenda has guessed why. She's also trying to prepare for a packed festive season in her B & B, but her best friend Effie is in a distracted mood; she just hasn't been the same since her suave gentleman friend Alucard reappeared.

I have found it difficult to put down, and a very easy book to get back into each time I picked it up. I particularly loved the idea of the pinking shears (you will have to read the book to understand) I think there are other cross world books which could do with a pair.

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