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Old 10-03-2012, 09:52 PM   #49
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Surely there are one or two good books of literature that end well?
A bit off-topic, but I love this question.

Most books by Anthony Trollope end happily. His greatest best-seller was Framley Parsonage.

To start with something short, and not part of a series, try Rachel Ray. She does not become a TV star in the last chapter, but there's a happy ending nonetheless

Maybe someone should start a thread on your question.
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