3 edition of Chemist & druggist directory. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
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Catalogue of ancient and modern pictures and water-colour drawings from the collections of John Alexander, ... Alexander Bowman, ... Walter Long ... and pictures by old masters
All of the books offer such detail and such different topics that when watching films add to the experience and deeper understanding of what you are watching. Actually no typos, and great writing.
Even the dogs have great personalities, and the close look Alex takes into the lives of the 'bad guys' she targets lends depth and realism to those characters, too. It wasn't as confusing as it sounds like it should have been. Then there is some kind of romance, that never worked for me, I just didn't feel the chemistry lol.
It's difficult to connect with a character with multiple identities, but particularly when the narrative isn't even told entirely from their perspective. I had no intention of loving it so much.
To be clear, this was not insignificant for me. Setting is clear and believable. Basically, it has a lot going for it. I haven't ever read this author. It took me forever to pick up this book. Drugs, alcohol, violence, etc, are a significant element of the story. E And finally, the love interest. A Meyer's writing in this book is of much higher quality than her other books. To her horror, the information she acquires only makes her situation more dangerous.
It is not much of an existence, I couldn't see why she bothered.
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