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PostSubject: Re: Book I'm Reading   Thu May 31, 2018 11:52 am

Currently,  "I have a Secret"  by Cheryl Bradshaw.  Its this woman's class reunion and the class goes on a cruise.  While on cruise one of the classmates is killed.  She is a PI and is now trying to find out who done it.   Very good so far.  I love her books.   And yes, I'm actually reading this one!  Its only 181 pages long.   Thumbup



Tracy,  yours sounds good too!  Thumbup
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PostSubject: Re: Book I'm Reading   Thu May 31, 2018 1:06 pm

I just finished "The Witch of Painted Sorrows" by M.J. Rose and couldn't wait to get to the library to get the second one. She has written lots of books. This series is called, "The Daughters of La Lune."
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PostSubject: Re: Book I'm Reading   Fri Jun 01, 2018 10:49 pm

I am reading a western series by b.n. Rundell. DH and I are both enjoying them. The author started writing at 71, when he retired from being a preacher. Unlike most westerns, his show few errors.
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PostSubject: Re: Book I'm Reading   Mon Jun 04, 2018 9:55 am

I was right (pretty much) about the book I was reading, but there was a twist. Yay! I'll continue the series, for sure.

Then I went on to 'On What Grounds' by Cleo Coyle. I recall that I read this in paperback many years ago, and liked it. It seems though that my patience for over-description and extraneous information has lessened over the years, and I ended up abandoning the book after a day.

Now it's 'Peach Pies and Alibis' by Ellery Adams. This is #2 in a series. I'm not as enamoured with this one as I was the first, but it's not irritating me so I'll probably make it through. If it goes too far into feuds and intrigue, I'll probably not continue the series.

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PostSubject: Re: Book I'm Reading   Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:25 pm

I enjoyed Eucalyptus, it was quirky, patience paid off in letting it get going, it has a definate rhythm that is easy to read once you get the hang of it. Next I have "Its raining in Mango" by Thea Astley, another Aussie story

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PostSubject: Re: Book I'm Reading   Thu Jun 07, 2018 10:22 am

I am reading the new Dorothea Benton Frank, By Invitation Only. I love her books, they all take place in the Lowcountry of the Carolinas and have spirited women stories. It's a total summer beach read.
I am wanting to reread Outlander but have too much to get done outside and if I go down that road, Nothing will Get Done.
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PostSubject: Re: Book I'm Reading   Thu Jun 07, 2018 5:12 pm

I swapped across to The Broken Shore, another Australian novel - felt like a change from quirky to mystery

The Broken Shore (Broken Shore #1)
by Peter Temple

Broken by his last case, homicide detective Joe Cashin has fled the city and returned to his hometown to run its one-man police station while his wounds heal and the nightmares fade. He lives a quiet life with his two dogs in the tumbledown wreck his family home has become. It's a peaceful existence - ideal for the rehabilitating man. But his recovery is rudely interrupted by a brutal attack on Charles Bourgoyne, a prominent member of the local community. Suspicion falls on three young men from the local Aboriginal community. But Cashin's not so sure and as the case unfolds amid simmering corruption and prejudice, he finds himself holding on to something that it might be better to let go

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