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Because I have no self control...

...when it comes to Lady Julia and Brisbane. Barnes & Noble has put up an excerpt from Deanna Raybourn's upcoming Silent on the Moor and I settled in to read it without batting an eye. The book's not due out for a month but who are we kidding? I'll take what I can get. And what I got was excellent. Enjoy.

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  1. Ooh, I can't wait for "Silent on the Moor" to come out!

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  2. I know. I'm actually falling asleep at night ruminating on what will happen. Gonna be a long month...

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  3. Thank you so much for posting that link! Amazon irksomely cut off the excerpt at a good part. (Grumble, grumble.) I know what I'll be reading March 1st!

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  4. Grin. You bet, Chelle. I was a bit disgruntled at the cutoff as well.

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