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The Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon, book three of Lord John Grey 4.25/5 stars

84 points/100 (4.25 stars/5).

Lord John Grey has uncovered a plot of treason, and needs Jamie Fraser’s help to solve the mystery.

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Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade By Diana Gabaldon, book two of Lord John Grey 3.25/5 stars

60 points/100 (3.25 stars/5).

Lord John Grey’s mother is getting remarried. With it brings up trouble from their past and his father’s death, some dangerous situations, and a very handsome new step-brother. 285 more words

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Lord John and the Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon, book one of Lord John Grey 3/5 stars

56 points/100 (3 stars/5).

Lord John Grey is on the case! Tasked with finding out who murdered a man, Lord John is also looking into whether the fiance of his cousin is Poxed and looking for a missing young man, as well. 413 more words

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musings: the makeup book tag

This was a popular “tag” on the ol’ YouToobes about two years ago, but I was never one for promptness. So here we are at last, meshing two of my favorite things together. 377 more words

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Written in My Own Heart's Blood by Diana Gabaldon, book eight in Outlander 5/5 stars!

96 points/100 (5 stars/5).

Reunited, and pressed into serving Washington’s Army, Jamie and Claire once again go to War. Roger and Brianna, back in their own time, find their troubles are only beginning. 863 more words

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An Echo in the Bone by Diana Gabaldon, book seven of Outlander 4.25/5 stars

83 points/100 (4.25 stars/5).
Warning: Dual Cliffhanger (Status: Why do you hate me Gabaldon? Why would you do this to us?)

The Frasers have decided that they’re going to Scotland to pick up Jamie’s printing press. 799 more words

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A Breath of Snow and Ashes by Diana Gabaldon, book six of Outlander 4.75/5 stars

91 points/100 (4.75 stars/5).

We’re at the eve of the American Revolution, and Claire and Jamie are right in the thick of it. Lines are being drawn across the country. 983 more words

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