A fish dinner in Memison

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Dutton, 1941 - Fiction - 349 pages
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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

Good Quality stuff, a mixture of some of the Border Ballads, one might find in Scott's Scottish Minstrelsy, with the Tizzo of Melrose Italian renaissance fiction written by Frederick Faust (best known ... Read full review

Review: A Fish Dinner in Memison (The Zimiamvian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Peter Haslehurst - Goodreads

There's a horrendous superman philosophy at the heart of this book – those lucky few who are rich and beautiful and powerful are incarnations of God or Aphrodite, and the rest of us are toys for their ... Read full review

Contents

APHRODITE IN VERONA
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king mezentius M
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A MATCH AND SOME LOOKERS ON
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