Once a Thief
3 journalers for this copy...
Rescued from the office book exchange shelf. It has been a couple of years since I read it, but I remember as being pretty good. Kay Hooper's Theif, Shadows and Evil books are a mix of thriller and romance, with enough thriller to make the book tolerable for those who don't much care for romance. If you like the burglar Quinn -- and it's hard not to -- he has cameo appearances in other books by Kay Hooper.
Picked this up at the meetup today. "Thief" books have been haunting me lately (Just finished both The Book Thief and The Thief Lord within the past 2 weeks). I'll probably take this to DC tomorrow to release somewhere appropriate!
Journal Entry 3
Not sure yet in -- Wild Released Somewhere In The District, District of Columbia USA on Sunday, August 16, 2009
Released 14 yrs ago (8/16/2009 UTC) at Not sure yet in -- Wild Released Somewhere In The District, District of Columbia USA
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I'm setting this free somewhere downtown! (Ended up leaving it by the Museum of Crime and Punishment) Congrats and welcome to BookCrossing!
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I found the book resting on a sign in front of the Crime and Punishment museum in DC. What an appropriate place for this book! I am so excited, I have relased books, but never found one before! I will take it home to Pennsylvania for release in a few days. Thank you for sending it my way!