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02 October 2017

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Thanks for the kind words! Glad you've been enjoying my postings!

Thanks and keep up the good work!!

The NYT took a lot of flak over that "season's romance novels" - and rightly so, but what I find most damning is that Gottlieb's first choice is actually a reprint. And not for the first time. The original story was published in 2000. Certainly damages his credibility quotient for people who actually read in the genre ~

Maphead,
You're very welcome. Thanks for reading a lot of big serious nonfiction so I don't have to. :)

Lynne,
Well, that's disappointing. I try to put in some romance novel links, but I'm not well-versed enough in the genre to suss out a loser story like that one. You would think the NY Times could perhaps employ someone (on staff or as a freelancer) who knows the genre better. Thanks for letting us know!

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