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China Rhyming Nov 14
Talking to Michelle Martin on Singapore’s -
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Justin Robinson, but a turkey Oct 17
Only one more character portrait to tweet. Any guesses as to who it is?
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Dan Smith Jun 4
Early summer reading sorted out. 's pre-ordered. Can't wait!
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BBBBBBBW Mar 7
today's gang of old Shanghai with - The Velvet Sweetshop Gang - based on the North Sichuan Rd - past the old General Post Office and straight on for Turkish Delight & heroin - by via
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riverrun Jul 30
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Shanghai Art Deco Jul 13
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Muhammad Usman Aug 5
hoping to finish this one.
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Hannah Winter May 4
We’re all good to go on that Quercus gambling ring 🎲
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BBBBBBBW Mar 3
Today’s gang of old Shanghai with - The Route Vallon gypsies - by via
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Hannah Winter May 24
Feeling pretty jammy right now 😏😏😏
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Ossipago Jul 20
Replying to @weirdnoirmaster
Sometimes, just sometimes, I think you may actually like me just a little bit.
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Ossipago Jun 20
Replying to @weirdnoirmaster
I'm really not sure I can wait that long. I'm really not.
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Justin Robinson, but a turkey Oct 31
As those who've visited me at cons know, I have free monster cards at my table, showcasing the specific monsters in each book.
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Hugues Martin / 马雨果 May 30
Really liked by , new post on Shanghailander blog
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Christian Ackerman May 15
Be sure to pick up 's new book, , available now! I've read it, it's fantastic!!!!
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Justin May Apr 6
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BBBBBBBW Mar 3
Today's gang of old Shanghai with - The Silver Palace Gang - Portuguese gangsters down on the Avenue Foch (Yanan Zhong Lu) - by via
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MariaMcCabe Mar 17
Replying to @msmccabe1
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China Rhyming Oct 23
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China Rhyming Oct 26
& delighted to be moderated by Kate Whitehead talking about as she was way ahead of the curve in 2001 with Hong Kong Murders....
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