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September 02, 2009

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Ti

I ADORED Rebecca when I read it as a teen. I just read My Cousin Rachel which was also very, very good. I love DuMaurier's work.

Mary Kay Andrews

REBECCA is my favorite novel. Years ago I took a trip to Cornwall, and went to the town where Daphne DuMaurier found her own version of Manderley. If you can't get enough of Rebecca, don't miss Mrs. DeWinter, which tells the story from Rebecca' point of view.

Moncler Jacka

It's great to hear from you and see what you've been up to. In your blog I feel your enthusiasm for life. thank you.

Nike Free Run 2 Norge

og personlig tror at dette typer grensekryssende er svært interessant, i hvert fall mer en sønn av bror i joggesko feltet, fortsatte også gimmick sizzling kombinasjon av tradisjon og teknologi.

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