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Full Moon by Georgette Heyer
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Full Moon (1948)

by Georgette Heyer

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A quick short story from Georgette Heyer, written around 1948. Despite being only, roughly, 54 ebook pages, the story is quite solid, and the characters are as lively as in Heyer's full length work. A dash of mystery, humor and rommance packed into a brief moon night visit by one Lord Stavely to Shropshire. ( )
  MikeBriggs | Oct 12, 2012 |
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Lord Stavely prepared to descend from his chaise.
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You will allow that one's curiosity must be aroused when one learns that a lady is prepared to elope to escape from advances one had not the least intention of making!”
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