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Ariadne Pritchett's "Mill Reef Hall"
It's not so much that there are a lot of loose ends. Instead of running off into the sunset together, our hero and heroine make plans for the future, and we, the readers, do not know if these plans will come to fruition but we hope they will. Plus, the mysteries that are unresolved are minor, as I stated, but it keeps the reader guessing and coming up with his/her own solutions. You have to read it to know what I mean.

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RE: Ariadne Pritchett's "Mill Reef Hall" - by paigenumber - 10-22-2007, 11:03 PM

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