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The year is 1979, and all Nicholas Forsythe wants to do is enjoy his last few terms of boarding school before his brutish father attempts to force him into the cold, stiff-upper-lipped life of an English businessman. His two best friends, Cris and Terry, are more than happy to help encourage him to live his own life, but at the same time, Nick suspects they have a secret t ...more
Published September 18th 2017 by Angela D'Onofrio
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Karen Floyd
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Recommended to Karen Floyd by: Frank Shepherd
Shelves: fantasy, fiction, mystery
Nicholas Forsythe, an introverted and bookish young man, and his best friends, the twins Terry and Cris, are in their last year of boarding school and want it to be a good one, though they differ in what they mean by "good." The twins are determined to pull Nicholas away from his books and drag him out of his shell. Nicholas is looking for peace and a supportive atmosphere away from his nasty and tyrannical father, who wants him to join his international antiques business after Nicholas finishe ...more
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Angela (or Ang, but never Angie) lives in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire with her lovely fiancee, Laurel, two particularly eccentric cats, and one opinionated conure named Jupiter. She roots the places she creates in the places that she loves, and friends and family may just find hints of the familiar in the streets of Aviario. While writing is not currently her only bread and butter, she spend ...more

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