Melissa at Proffitt.com
Tue Jan 18 15:09:07 EST 2005
On Thu, 13 Jan 2005 22:24:45 -0700, Jacob Proffitt wrote:
>>Does he like Victorian stuff? (I haven't read any Georgette Heyer, but
>>she's historical fiction,yes?) Because Sarah Walters' *Tipping the Velvet*
>>(which is a UK book but was a huge bestseller so should be reasonably
>>likely to be in a US library), set in Victorian times, is a splendid,
>>fluffy-ish but not insubstantial, historical romance - the sort of thing
>>that people call a 'romp'.
>Victorian is good. Regency is better :). I'll see what we can do to
>wrangle *Tipping the Velvet*.
I put a hold on it. Now we have to find the missing books so they will let
me check things out.
(30 item limit?!?! Preposterous! And only ten items at a time on hold?!?!?
I'm seriously ticked off at the locals who use the county library as their
low-budget Blockbuster Video store.)
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