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The Girl on the Dock by G. Norman Lippert
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Aug 01, 11

Read from July 31 to August 01, 2011

After having read the first 2 books in the James Potter series, I was going to just continue on to the 3rd. Instead I decided to read Petra's story before going on to the 3rd. I am so very glad that I did. This 'dark fairy tale,' as its called, was great. Excellent writing. I am hoping that Petra's story will continue on, she is truely a complex character that deserves attention.
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Teri Mungary L. B.
I'm so very convulsed and hope that you will be able to sort it out for me. I'm able to put this book in my to read folder but am unable to actually read it? Since you've read it, and I liked your review btw, how did you get it to open? I've read lots of reviews from this book hoping to get a clue but to no avail.
Would you be a Dear and tell me the secret?? I'd like to read this book before heading into book 3.
Much appreciated,

Lady Belinda Hi Teri! I'm glad that you liked my review. You actually have to purchase this book of G. Norman Lippert's. Unlike his James Potter books, he can actually charge for this one since it is his own original story. You can either get a paperback copy from amazon or you can download a PDF file from for 3.75 to your computer or kindle/tablet. I downloaded the PDF file and that worked out fine. I hoped this helped. Enjoy!

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