Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

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Re: Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

Postby Proofrdr » 14 Feb 2014, 06:32

Oh, c'mon and quit the bellyaching. That was one of the least obtuse terms I could have lobbed at you. :snigger:
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Re: Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

Postby Baker » 14 Feb 2014, 06:57

:snigger:

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Re: Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

Postby Proofrdr » 14 Feb 2014, 07:18

Indeed it does. lol
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Re: Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

Postby wildlx » 15 Feb 2014, 00:08

I didn't like Beggar of love but I liked The Swashbuckler and Toothpick house when I read them many years ago. I have Sweet Creek but I still haven't read it. Beggar of love somehow dampened my enthusiasm regarding reading Lee Lynch.
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Re: Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

Postby FranW » 15 Feb 2014, 07:11

Give Sweet Creek a try, Wild. I am pretty sure you'll like it.
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Re: Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

Postby Nurse Jo » 24 Feb 2014, 09:52

That's interesting (going back to Baker's fave point of Margaret Attwood's!!), Sweet Creek was my least favourite Lee Lynch. It was the first I read and put me off reading another one for a while. My favourite was Toothpick House.

What a perfect example of diversity of taste.
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Re: Review: The Raid by Lee Lynch

Postby Baker » 25 Feb 2014, 06:30

Precisely, Jo! :-)
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