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I see that you added THE MALICE OF FORTUNE. Did you buy it? Did you read it?

I recently tried to read that book. I managed to get through 250 pages. I didn't rate it because I didn't finish it. But, on the basis of the part I read, I'd rate it one star.

There are lots of good reviews of this book. I suspect they were written by people who didn't really read it.
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