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used in True Believer by Sparks

2 uses
  • She didn't want to think about him, but Doris had said just enough to pique her curiosity.
    Chapter Six (61% in)
  • It wasn't quite the Borely Rectory, a rambling "haunted" Victorian on the north bank of the Stour River in Essex, England, the most famous haunted house in history, where "sightings" included headless horsemen, weird organ chants, and ringing bells, but it was enough to pique his interest.
    Chapter Two (43% in)

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