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Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky by Patrick Hamilton
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Jan 09, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: littry-fiction, hoors
Recommended for: all former stalkers

here is a man who understands the impositions placed upon women; and how difficult it is to be polite while also discouraging further involvements from overeager men. you know who you are...
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message 1: by Alan (new)

Alan I've always wanted to read this and not got round to it, but didn't know it was about stalkers..

karen haahha its totally not - im isolating a part of it that struck me - the relationship of a barmaid and an unwanted suitor, also the relationship between a man and a prostitute. they both resonate with that theme... its not a stalker novel by any stretch, i was just dedicating it to former stalker of mine. my comments are not doing justice to the book at all

message 3: by Alan (new)

Alan OK, I'll put it on my to-read. (Not that have anything against stalker themes anyway)..

message 4: by Jessica (new)

Jessica I like me a good stalker theme...(in books, not life).
The book sounds v good regardless.

karen you.

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