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Old 01-13-2010, 03:10 AM   #1
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The house in the riddle

I have just finsihed reading "the house in the riddle" by Liza Granville. A gripping read about a very poorly mached pair. Sorrel is a young woman who had grown up in a life of abuse and then meets a male who is extremly abusove towards her. He is an "end of the world" fanaticist with clear mental health issues who moves the pair of them to a derelcit property in Wales where the reader is introduced to an assortment of very odd characters introduced who add their own charms to the tale and assist Sorrel to get out of the abusive situtaion. Liza Granville shows an incredible elvel of insight into the issues faced by women in abusive siutuations and some of the reasons why they stay in such situations. Once I started this I simply could nto put the book down. The book is published in paperback or E-Book format (no DRN and only one pound) by Bewrite books [url]

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Old 01-13-2010, 03:38 AM   #2
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Your link circled back to a "post new thread" link, so I provided the information below.

BeWrite Books publisher, Neil Marr, is an active participating MR member.

The House in the Riddle by Liza Granville

at BeWrite Books in pdf only until a range of new formats are made available in 2010

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Thanks for providing the correct link, not sure why that happened oh well. And yes I should have mentioned thatl is an active member. The other thing to mention at this point, is that customer service from Bewrite books is absolutley first class. I had an issue with the website this morning, ordered a couple of books, web site was a bit wonky and didn't provide a download link, by the time I got to work 45 minutes later, an e-mail awaited me from the company askign if there had been a problem as I hadn't downloaded the books I ordered. NOW that is what I call customer service.

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Thanks Sianon and Dreams. We're a tiny team -- one on admin, one on design and technical, three on editorial -- so we we tend to have a kinda small-town approach to our authors and readers. Glad you had a good expeience, Sianon. Sorry about the site hiccup, by the way, we're just in the throes of upgrading all the merchant software, re-desgining, etc, etc, and everything will be ticking like clockwork again very soon. Cheers. Neil

PS: And Liza sends her best regards and thanks for the kind review, Sianon. We're just putting the finishing touches to another by her right now, *The Tor* (brilliantly handled by my associate editor, Hugh McCracken, but I read the ms anyway because I love Liza's work). I think it should be released in late March or early April. N

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