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Paul_Hochman
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About The Poacher's Son and Paul Doiron

 

 

 

 

 

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DSaff
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Re: About The Poacher's Son and Paul Doiron

This sounds like another great choice, Paul! Kudos to all of you.  :smileywink:

 

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lg4154
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I agree looks like a great book!

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jblaney801
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I am so excited about this new book club selection. This is my kind of book!  I can't wait for it to arrive and to start reading.

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babzilla41
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Sounds great.  Thanks Paul and B&N for another great opportunity!

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dhaupt
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Re: About The Poacher's Son and Paul Doiron

ooh mystery & death can't wait to get started

Thanks Paul

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love2readSZ
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Thank you, Paul, for what sounds like another great book.  Mystery and historical novels are my favorites.  Can't wait to get started.

 

 

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ambika22
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It sounds very good. I cant wait to read it!

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momofprecious1
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Thanks Paul & B & N for giving me the chance to read this book. It sounds really good.

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Zia01
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This looks like a fantastic book! Great choice!

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maxcat
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This sounds quite good; something to sink my teeth in and it's the start of a series. Great, I love mystery series.

The woods are lovely, dark and deep, but I have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep - Robert Frost
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GadgetgirlKS
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I rarely pick up a mystery book, but when I do I really enjoy them. This should be a better than normal mystery with the amount of detail that the author can include about the outdoors in Maine with his other professions.

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CAG
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This book sounds wonderful. I can't wait to start reading it.

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gl
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I love  mysteries! This looks like so much fun - I can't wait.  Keeping fingers crossed!

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knittingmomof3
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This book sounds delightful and I cannot wait to read it. 

 

 

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JuneC
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The Maine wilderness....hmmm... continuing a theme? I love it.

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mariaev
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Looks like another great First Look selection!!

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tammypennington
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So excited for a mystery this time around!

Tammy in Seattle
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mamawli
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I just love a good mystery, the only problem is that I will stay up very late to finish one of these.  I am looking forward to trying to figure out the solution.

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Mommy-Read-Write
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Another one with a Maine setting - yay! :smileyhappy: It's one of the most beautiful places IMO.  The book sounds amazing.  Thanks Paul, for another exciting sounding choice.

Sheery

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