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March 24, 2008


Elaine Flinn

I've always enjoyed Libby's books, but after reading this glowing review - I'm especially looking forward to EASY INNOCENCE.

Thanks for the heads up, David...


Libby rocks.

Patrick Balester

[Editor's Note: This comment contains spoilers for the book's plot. --DJM]

An excellent book that deals with a very timely subject. In fact, the phrase "art imitates life" was never more valid. I just read an article on wfaa.com in which a teen-aged girl was arrested for luring other girls into the world of prostitution. If David doesn't mind me posting the article link, here it is:

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