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Date Posted: 11:22:45 10/25/10 Mon
Author: jayn
Subject: SP seems to be getting into a lot of stuff that Diana let go of through Voyager and on but there were hints dropped in the other LJ books (an Irish goose, now they're going to Ireland). And there were a few 'sort of' hints in Echo that Jamie has not ended his Jacobean contacts after all. Jamie was pretty adamant that he wanted nothing more to do with BPC or the Jacobities, but what we've seen so far suggests otherwise. And we know (from BOTB) that Jamie stayed far enough in the inner circle to find out about John's father.
In reply to: CarolSR 's message, "I love this book already!!" on 21:35:57 10/22/10 Fri

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[> [> [> Sorry, short answer forum *G*. I am thinking that SP might be important to book 8 the way BOTB (ie Percy) is important to Echo- you don't have to have read it but it sure makes things a lot clearer. -- jayn, 11:24:06 10/25/10 Mon

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