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3.0 out of 5 starsGood Stories Spoilt by Poor Editing
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 10, 2014
Jane Charles relates really intriguing, excellent stories. I can only surmise they are self published. They obviously appeal to her mainly North American female readers. Sadly she can't spell, doesn't have a grasp of the use of certain prepositions, tenses, misuses and obviously doesn't understand the meaning of many of the long words she uses. Her grammatical errors are sometimes deplorable. Used, I assume, in order to impress her readers of the degree of her intellect . She needs to 1) invest in a decent dictionary. 2) employ a literate editor. A careful re-reading of Jane Austin and The Bronte sisters novels might remind her of proper English language usage. I realise I'm a pedant, but these stories truly require much more careful editing.