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alphamicro
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re: What are you reading?
A Killer's Wife by Victor Methos


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RedPop4
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re: What are you reading?
The Daugter of Time / Josephine Tey.
The blurb looked interesting, Tey is from the early-middle 20th century English mystery-writers school, a contemporary (and not a favorite one) of Agatha Christie. I am enjoying this immensely even though I just started it tonight.

Here is the GoodReads entry with some really eloquent reviews. LINK


Penrod
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Madame Bovary - Flaubert

Not a page turner, but if you’re like me you will never forget it. Flaubert makes the reader experience her ennui.


alphamicro
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re: What are you reading?
Camino Winds by John Grisham


NoHoTiger
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re: What are you reading?
Unsolved by James Patterson and David Ellis.


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NoHoTiger
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Camino Winds by John Grisham

Is this any good? I have in my Amazon cart but haven't pulled the trigger yet.


alphamicro
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re: What are you reading?
I enjoyed it. It’s definitely not The Firm or A Time To Kill, but I would call it a pleasant summer read. It’s less than 300 pages so it’s not a major commitment of your time. Be sure you read Camino Island first.


alphamicro
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re: What are you reading?
Red Metal by Mark Greaney


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NoHoTiger
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re: What are you reading?
Thanks


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RedPop4
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re: What are you reading?

Uncommon Valor on Iwo Jima: The Stories of the Medal of Honor Recipients in the Marine Corps' Bloodiest Battle of World War II by James H. Hallas

Holy Cow. I have known about Suribachi since a child. I knew it was a difficult battle. I had never read in-depth however. This was like Omaha Beach times 20 days and worse, with an enemy that did not know the meaning of surrender or did not value their own lives.
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Rocco Lampone
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re: What are you reading?
House of Nails - memoir by Lenny Dykstra


Sasquatch Smash
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re: What are you reading?
Still working on the Lovecraft Cthulhu Mythos collections, but also just started "The Founding" by Dan Abnett.

It's an omnibus of the first three novels and a short story/novella concerning Gaunt's Ghosts set in the Warhammer 40k universe.


kook
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Berrytown
Member since Sep 2013
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re: What are you reading?
about to finish up Carl Hiassen's Skink series. Started it, and couldn't stop


fratmatt13
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New Orleans
Member since Dec 2010
272 posts

re: What are you reading?
A lot to add recently
Just Finished:
SpyMaster - Brad Thor - Audiobook
First Blood - David Morrell - Book
Buy A Bullet - Gregg Hurwirz - Audiobook
Ballistic - Mark Greaney - Book
Washington's Farewell - John Avlon - Audiobook
Field of Valor - Matthew Betley - Book
Power Down - Ben Coes - Audiobook
The Dry - Jane Harper - Audiobook
The Dog Stars - Audiobook
The Kremlin Conspiracy - Joel Rosenberg - Book
Days of Rage - Brad Taylor - Book
Empire of the Summer Moon - SC Gwynne - Audiobook


Currently Reading
Unorthodox - Deborah Feldman - Audiobook
Rainbow Six - Tom Clancy - Book


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biglego
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Marciano1
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Maytheporkbewithyou
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re: What are you reading?
Use of Force by Brad Thor


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alphamicro
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Shreveport
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266 posts

re: What are you reading?
On Target by Mark Greaney


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RedPop4
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re: What are you reading?
I just finished: Bread and Respect: Italians in Louisiana / Anthony Margavio

quote:

I recognized so much of my own extended family in the recounting of this history, especially the generational pattern being the youngest of my generation (the fourth) the son of the youngest of her generation. My grandmother was born here, but had siblings who came from Sicily. I would love to share copies with all of my cousins, some of whom I have only met in the last ten years, and we show that almost completely Americanized character yet yearning for our family roots.

My review.


RedPop4
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re: What are you reading?
Now, thanks to a recommendation here A Splendid Savage : the restless Life of Frederick Russell Burnham /Steve Kemper.


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