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I Mean You No Harm




I Mean You No Harm

"I Mean You No Harm" is the third book in the Kissimmee Valley Trilogy. Each book in the series is enjoyable by itself. Together, the connected stories follow some of the same characters through a century of Florida history.5/5(3).

 · “Fast-paced yet introspective, I Mean You No Harm draws its stalkers, innocent children, and secretive women with the assured brush strokes of an Impressionist painting.”–Brett Riley, author of Comanche and Lord of : Imbrifex Books.

"I Mean You No Harm" is the third book in the Kissimmee Valley Trilogy. Each book in the series is enjoyable by itself. Together, the connected stories follow some of the same characters through a century of Florida history. In this conclusion to the Kissimmee Valley Trilogy we learn more about the mysterious Native American mentor of young Rawlerson family men.

Meehan came up with ten words in the form of two promises that provide the title for this book, "I mean you no harm; I seek your greatest good." The book starts as Meehan attempts to answer the question he is often asked, "Where do these words come from?" Born in Liverpool in the same hospital and same year as Paul McCartney, Meehan uses Reviews: 1.

mean (somebody) no ˈharm, not mean (somebody) any ˈharm not have any intention of hurting somebody: Try not to worry about what he said. I know you thought he was rude, but he didn’t mean any harm .


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Comments on 'I Mean You No Harm' (2)

  1. Fenritaxe says:

    I Mean You No Harm is several things: a suspenseful mystery, an exploration of a sibling relationship, a crime novel, a road trip book. At its heart it is an engaging and fast-moving read and it kept me turning pages long after I should have turned the light off and gone to 5/5(1).

  2. JoJomuro says:

    I Mean You No Harm had an interesting premise, but it was way too slowburn for me. I usually like this style of writing, but this novel had a few too many characters for how short it was. I did like the descriptive writing, but it was descriptive for the things that didn't really matter (ie Layla's art)/5.

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