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Post by mexx on 16.11.11 23:17

I know it is probably morbid but I would really like to read K McC's book. However, I will not order it as I refuse to contribute to their frund (that is not a typo, just a contraction). I can't get it from a library because I am not in the UK or any other country where it was published... I was wondering if anybody would be willing to lend me a copy for a while?


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Post by jd on 16.11.11 23:45

I don't blame you for not wanting to spend money on a fantasy novel....or in reality a book of lies. There are many references to the fantasy book on here and I don't know of being able to read it online. HERE IS ANOTHER CONUNDRUM... go to Amazon...type in 2 words only 'Pat Brown' and you'll be amazed that kates fantasy novel will return in the search!!!....and not Pats!!!

I'm still trying to figure out how the words Pat & Brown returns 'kate mccann'....Ever thought this was a massive stitch up!! LOL

oh gerry and kate & your cronies, your day is coming ever nearer...can't wait to expose you all!!!!!

Who pulled the strings?...THE SYMINGTONS..And the Scottish connections...Look no further if you dare

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Post by Daisy on 16.11.11 23:57

The book can be read online. Petermac kindly offered the link to anyone interested. Just send him a PM.

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Post by dentdelion on 17.11.11 0:42

I might buy it if I spotted it in a charity shop... and return promptly for another go around yes

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