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I have just acquired a copy of William Le Queux's book, 'Blackmailed',which I see you have the only other copy. Thought that I would just introduce myself.Looking at you profile page I read that we have no less than 380 books in common.
Best wishes
Came across your library. I am always looking for interesting library's for my threads. You may be interested in joining one or more. Choose a book from someone else's library that you would be interested in reading. Password - Choose a word from your book and give clues on what that word is and others guess. Hangman - Guess the letters to make up the title of a book. What does the last two books in common What are you reading now and other questions.

Looking forward to seeing you in one of my threads.
Thank you so much, Mary! You're a lifesaver! I definitely owe you one. I'll send you postage money when I send the book back, if that's OK. I shouldn't need to keep it for too long as I have to be prepared to discuss it on the 14th.

Thanks again.

- Helen xx
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