Christi Phillips

“Although she was a logical, practical person, she believed that in books there existed a kind of magic. Between the aging covers on these shelves, contained in tiny, abstract black marks on sheets of paper, were voices from the past. Voices that reached into the future, into Claire's own heart and mind, to tell her what they knew, what they'd learned, what they'd seen, what they'd felt. Wasn't that magic?”


Christi Phillips, The Devlin Diary
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The Devlin Diary (Claire Donovan #2) The Devlin Diary by Christi Phillips
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