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Publisher's Summary

A play manuscript written in Shakespeare's own hand! Between rogue rare-books dealer John Dryden and his prize is an obsessed librarian who wants to destroy it... and the heiress who can lead him to it, but only if he's willing to risk his life, his freedom, and his loner's heart.

Poetic Justice is traditional Regency with a literary twist, by the award-winning bestselling author (and English professor) Alicia Rasley.

©1994, 2011 Alicia Rasley (P)2013 Alicia Rasley

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  • Bonita
  • Los Osos, CA, United States
  • 05-03-13

Excellent.

An intelligent and interesting story well told. The topic was unique-rare book collecting during the Regency period. Characters were well developed.

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  • Linda
  • 05-02-14

Reader disappointing

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The reader

Would you be willing to try another one of Sherill Turner’s performances?

No. I would avoid any more of her readings.

Any additional comments?

I am reluctant to publically criticise someone's work, but the reading spoiled the book for me. Sherril Turner needs to learn some more correct pronunciation before reading any more books. Her reading style was OK, but her pronunciation let her down. It sounded like she had not read the book before recording it, otherwise surely the context of sentences should have enabled her to read it better - I would hope.