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Hee! Brief moment of glory ahoy!

March 30, 2009

I know Amazon ratings don’t mean a lot, but it did give me a thrill this morning to find False Colors in the top 100 of Historical books on Amazon.  Actually making a slight impact outside the ‘gay fiction’ lists.

LOL!  Just for the moment, False Colors by me is above its namesake, False Colours by Georgette Heyer, and even better (from my POV) it’s above ‘The Fortune of War’ by Patrick O’Brian!  OMG!  I wouldn’t dare breathe in such company!  It’s terrifying, and wonderful 🙂

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76.
The Enchantress of Florence
The Enchantress of Florence: A Novel
by Salman Rushdie (Author)

70 Reviews


77.
Imperium
Imperium: A Novel of Ancient Rome
by Robert Harris (Author)

98 Reviews


78.
Treason's Harbour
Treason’s Harbour: (Book 9) (Aubrey/Maturin Series)
by Patrick O’Brian (Author)

18 Reviews


79.
Brethren
Brethren
by Robyn Young

28 Reviews


80.
The Darcy Connection
The Darcy Connection: A Novel
by Elizabeth Aston (Author)

8 Reviews


81.
Imperium
Imperium
by Robert Harris

98 Reviews


82.
False Colors
False Colors: An M/M Romance
by Alex Beecroft (Author)
Publication Date: April 13, 2009
Available for Pre-order

List Price: $12.95

Price: $9.52

You Save: $3.43 (26%)

8 used & new from $8.80


83.
The Fortune of War
The Fortune of War: (Book 6) (Aubrey/Maturin Series)
by Patrick O’Brian (Author)

24 Reviews


84.
False Colours
False Colours
by Georgette Heyer

20 Reviews


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