My Life and Loves, Volume 2

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Disruptive Publishing, Dec 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 448 pages
12 Reviews
Volume II of the series begins with Harris in Russia, and serves as prima facie evidence for anyone who believes Harris was the model for Harry Flashman. However this book, longest by far of the series, delves into Harris' days in London Society, where his position as renowned editor gave him a front-row seat before many of the greats of the period. Still has tons of sex, but a bit less than the first installment.

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User Review  - Daniel - Goodreads

I read this decades ago. As a slice of history, it is a nice bit of dessert. As an insight into how all women one meets can be the most beautiful and wonderful, it is a main dish. Read full review

Review: My Life and Loves

User Review  - Goodreads

I read this decades ago. As a slice of history, it is a nice bit of dessert. As an insight into how all women one meets can be the most beautiful and wonderful, it is a main dish. Read full review

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