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message 2: by Anna Faversham (new)

Anna Faversham Your favourite, Ted?

message 3: by Theodore (new)

Theodore Cohen Anna Faversham wrote: "Your favourite, Ted?"

“She called in her soul to come and see.”

“Their Eyes Were Watching God,”
by Zora Neale Hurston (1937)

message 4: by Anna Faversham (new)

Anna Faversham Oh yes... something to take away with you and think about.

I'm just going to take a look at my own last sentences!

message 5: by Theodore (new)

Theodore Cohen "In the end, he found cold comfort in his understanding of
the events that occurred at the bottom of the world during the
austral summer of 1961-1962."

The last line of the Epilogue, Frozen in Time: Murder at the Bottom of the World

Book I of my Antarctic Murders Trilogy

message 6: by Matt (new)

Matt Cowper "He never saw Molly again."

message 7: by Anna Faversham (new)

Anna Faversham I've been away - China - but I like the idea of this thread so I'm just giving it a bump in the hope others will contribute.

message 8: by Carole (new)

Carole P. Roman Welcome back, Anna!!

message 9: by Anna Faversham (new)

Anna Faversham Thank you, Carole, but I am only half with-it. I've brought two souvenirs back - snuffles and lethargy.

Maybe tomorrow I shall be up and running (well toddling) again. I've missed you all.

message 10: by Carole (new)

Carole P. Roman We've missed you too!

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