Monthly Archives: October 2019

The Guardians ~ by John Grisham

I haven’t kept up with everything John Grisham has written but I truly loved his early books and over the years have sampled enough to know what he’s doing and how. He was a bit uneven there for awhile and … Continue reading

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Dry Bones ~ by Craig Johnson

Okay – starting in one of the for-fun-only books I bought at the recent Audible sale. These are like brain candy, but fun in their own way (although not nearly the pleasure of No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency books). I … Continue reading

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Washington Black ~ by Esi Edogyan

I must be getting old – older anyway. . This book was, for the most part, just too tense and violent for my tastes. It made the Booker Short List but it’s basically a brutal historical adventure story the themes … Continue reading

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In the Land of Long Lost Friends ~ by Alexander McCall Smith

Oh what a delicious delight to have a new No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency book to read. This is the series that took the cozy mystery genre by storm back in 1998 (and got written up in Time Magazine for … Continue reading

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The Dreamt Land: ~ by Mark Arax

This came across my radar when I was perusing the local League of Women Voters schedule. I missed the author’s. talk to them, but certainly picked up on the book and put it on my wish list. This is literary … Continue reading

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The Husband Hunters by Anne De Courcy

I picked this book to try to read while I was still recovering from surgery. I couldn’t concentrate, but it sounded fun and kind of light. I knew some about the subject matter but not a whole lot. I was … Continue reading

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Catch-Up – (I’m back!)

Posted on October 24, 2019by beckylindroos Hi all, I’ve been away so long but I’ve had some serious health issues and I was recovering from surgery on Sept 10. I’m almost recovered but it takes time and being able to read books … Continue reading

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