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To the Devil - a Diva! Kindle Edition
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Overall this is an entertaining book. Some good new characters show up who I wouldn't mind hearing more of and the author's writing style doesn't change from the Whitby books. Yes there is some gay sexual content but this is brief and hardly shocking and is relevant to the plot (you could easily skip a few lines if it's not your thing). Although you could read this book without reading the Whitby series, for fellow B&E fans it's a must read as we discover the back stories of Karla, Fox and Magda (and it's hot stuff!).
I've only given 4 stars as the book does sometimes feel like missing chapters from the Whitby books reworked into a novel, and the plot itself is quite sparse when you look
back at it. However the book is still well worth reading; it held my interest throughout, it added to my enjoyment of the Whitby novels and I'm glad I gave it a go.
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I have read several of Paul Magrs' books, particularly the Brenda and Eddie series. this is an interesting back story to the series but with an unexpectedly large amount of... Read morePublished on 9 Nov. 2014 by hamrtotdepurl
this book has it all, camp as a row of tents, with some laugh out loud moments, this book is one of the best that i have read this yearPublished on 26 April 2014 by Mr. Kenneth D. Jones
Even though I have not read it I can say that it is a spin off from the Brenda and Effie series.Published on 12 April 2014 by G
After enjoying the brenda and effie series I was keen to launch into another Paul Magrs masterpiece, or so I thought. Read morePublished on 19 Feb. 2011 by beth
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