Monthly Archives: October 2021

There Is Nothing For You Here ~ by Fiona Hill 

I first actually viewed Fiona Hill when she testified at Trump’s first impeachment hearing and I was just so impressed.  Then I realized I’d already read a book by her – Mr Putin: Operative in the Kremlin was published in 2020 … Continue reading

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The Viking Heart: by Arthur Herman

This is a wonderful book if you read it for the history, but I had problems with the political and social commentary – the author’s assumptions, if you will. The Viking Heart: How Scandinavia Conquered the World By Arthur Herman 2021 / … Continue reading

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The Lions of 5th Avenue ~ by Fiona Davis

If you like what I like, don’t bother with this one. I’m not sure why I thought it looked good enough to check out.  I’m not big on books about libraries because they seem too specifically targeted at one audience … Continue reading

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Forgetting ~ By Scott Small x2

This is a really good book but it gets complicated even in the structure and organization in part because much of it works together.    Forgetting: The Benefits of Not Remembering By Scott Small 2021 / 211 pages (print) Read by Timothy Pabon … Continue reading

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Death Without Company ~ by Craig Johnson

Death Without Company by Craig Johnson 2007 (271 pages)Read by George Guidall 9h 48mRating: B / western crime (Longmire series #2) Johnson’s Longmire series and the character are quite popular with some reading group friends so I’ve tried, but I think this is just … Continue reading

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