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Date Posted: 08:50:49 01/04/15 Sun
Author: LisaW
Subject: That is lovely to think of David. I love what you said about Scottish Prisoner having a sad undertone, but with momets of friendship renewel, and Jamie spending time with William.
In reply to: Helka 's message, "I dedicate this last quote to David Robbins. He's Betsy Barefoot Spinner's husband and now is injured badly. Being a father, is natural to Jamie, and I believe David would enjoy reading this passage and feel kinship to Jamie in this tricky situation of negotiating a horseshoe nail from a toddler's mouth. Also Scottish Prisoner is a book I like to reread once in a while. Though the book has a sad undertone there are these little moments where Jamie and Willie have a real connection. Then the friendship with Lord John is re-established. And the book is of Jamie's perspective and insight and that is a wonderful read. Thank you all for the week." on 00:09:18 01/03/15 Sat

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