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Old 04-15-2015, 06:55 PM   #15
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Just finished Fireball: Carole Lombard and the Mystery of Flight 3 by Robert Matzen.
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Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by*Erik Larson - for all of you World War I history buffs. Very good reading.
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Just finished "41 A Portrait Of My Father" by George Bush(43). 41 is very interesting person to me and enjoyed the reading.

Started "Killing Patton" by Bill O'Reilly. Expecting a very good read.
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Old 04-16-2015, 10:42 AM   #18
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William Johnstone,,, Gut Shot... I like his books...
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Old 04-16-2015, 10:58 AM   #19
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Just finished the series by Morgan Rice called the Sorcerer's Ring... 17 books. A little juvenile, but was fast reading and I enjoyed it for a light break from more stuff I need to plow through....
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The Invention of Wings and rereading the classic To Kill a Mocking Bird.
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Biography of Winston Churchill. The book belonged to my dad.
At 59yrs old, I was 'ready' to read it. Thought I knew a lot about the man, but wow. This was a two part bio. The one I am reading covers 1932-1940. It's well written but feel challenged to get 10 pages in per night. Most any other book and rattling off 50-100 pages is easy peasy. At this rate I will be done by the time I am 79! lol.
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Working my way thru Joel C. Rosenberg's books. Just finished 'The Twelfth Imam'.
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The Final Cut by Catherine Coulter and J.T. Ellison. I always have a book handy to read!
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Just finished Greg Iles' The Bone Tree. Have read all of his books. Am re-reading Craig Johnson's Longmire series in preparation for his new book that is due out soon. Also just finished D J Donaldson's New Orleans series, what a fun read.

Had a librarian call me a literary slut once because I will read pretty much anything, from Harlequin (sic) to Dante. LOL
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I just finished "Dead Wake" yesterday. It is very well-written, thoroughly researched & a page-turner of the first order.
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Just finished Greg Iles' The Bone Tree. Have read all of his books. Am re-reading Craig Johnson's Longmire series in preparation for his new book that is due out soon. Also just finished D J Donaldson's New Orleans series, what a fun read.

Had a librarian call me a literary slut once because I will read pretty much anything, from Harlequin (sic) to Dante. LOL
That is too funny!
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