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Phryné Isn’t French is a work of fiction and the reader may safely assume that some of the featured characters in this book are the author’s imaginary friends. No endorsement is given or implied for the surreptitious activity of any character, organization or institution described in this novel. Please note that teleprompters, margin notations or cue cards were not used for the final transcription edits of dialogue.
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Guilermo began to feel Phryné’s animated enthusiasm and brought a new-found zeal to the dance. They kept perfect cadence, performed parallel and cross walks, multiple pasadas, step-overs and suggestive leg hooks. The dance was theirs until the mishap.
He had sandwiched her left foot with his and pushed her into a deep, waist-high leg wrap. Her dress restricted her movement and forced her to st...

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Donna Edward,
I sure wished I could win all of the Throckmorton series of books. I read Sangria Sunsets and got hooked. You are a very talented writer. Bless You.


Mkittysamom I watched Murder at the Vanities! I really liked it! I get why they say pre-code was more real and gritty now ;)


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