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  • #51
    Just finished "The Pope of Palm Beach" by Tim Dorsey. Serge is a rather strange fellow. Now I'm starting Murder Past Due by Miranda James. I'll see how she does, this is the first of her series I've read.
    May The Winds Be With You, while I'm searchin' for my lost shaker of salt. Makin' for the Trades on the outside. Lookin' for the Southern Cross. (J.Buffett 77/74)
    "Yeah, It's all fun and games until somebody gets Cursed," Sheriff Jack Carter ~ Eureka.

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    • #52
      I'm reading The Third Cry to Legba and Other Invocations : The Selected Stories of Manly Wade Wellman (Vol. 1). A long time ago, I read a few of his Silver John books. This is all new to me. I enjoy his writing.

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      • #53
        And now I'm onto the 2nd in an E.J. Copperman's cozy mystery "Edited Out". I really should have entered my local library's Summer Reading Contest. Though, having only found out about it in late July, didn't seem like I'd have much of a chance winning anything.
        May The Winds Be With You, while I'm searchin' for my lost shaker of salt. Makin' for the Trades on the outside. Lookin' for the Southern Cross. (J.Buffett 77/74)
        "Yeah, It's all fun and games until somebody gets Cursed," Sheriff Jack Carter ~ Eureka.

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        • #54
          I am now enjoying The Devil is Not Mocked & Other Warnings: Selected Stories of Manly Wade Wellman (Volume 2). Between ebooks, audiobooks, and books, I tend to be "reading" several things at a time. Thus I am also enjoying Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and War of the Worlds: Goliath by Adam J. Whitlatch.

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          • #55
            Privateer by by Weis an Krammes. The second in a series that is apparently based in a world previously described in a a novel I never read. Their assumption that the reader has read it makes getting a grip on the world a little slippery.

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            • #56
              I just downloaded a new book by the team that wrote Spy the Lie. If you're writing a mystery novel and you want to make your "interrogation" scenes seem a lot more realistic, this book is great. Spy the Lie is the first one and it goes over the various ways that people try to deceive you. And Get The Truth is the follow up book that goes into detail about how to get someone to spill the beans when they really don't want to.

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              • #57
                The rubber band ~ Rex Stout

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                • #58
                  Now reading the ebook for The Saga of Larten Crepsley 1: Birth of a Killer.
                  Listening to the audiobook for The Saga of Darren Shan 11: Lord of the Shadows

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                  • #59
                    Oh! I forgot! I'm also listening to Dracula (Blackstone Edition) narrated by Robert Whitfield. It's a good listen!

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                    • #60
                      I am reading articles about art like https://artscolumbia.org/essays/what...t-essay-42533/

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                      • #61
                        Presently enjoying The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan!

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                        • #62
                          Due to a fellow Highlander fan, I was introduced to the Casca series. The Eternal Mercenary created by Barry Sadler. The series books are currently being written by a gentleman named Tony Roberts. He's been writing them since 2005. It's largely a good series. I'm still very early in it and could see why, from the first, some people believe it was the inspiration for Widen's Highlander. https://casca.net/shop/12-casca-books

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                          • #63
                            A Nun in the Closet ~ Dorothy Gilman
                            Ye know why they`re on the internet don`t ye? `Cause ye wouldnae speak to them in the fecking pub! ~ Billy Connolley

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                            • #64
                              Just finished A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller. It was good. The ending was... interesting.

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                              • #65
                                I just read a needlework blog, does that count?
                                Ye know why they`re on the internet don`t ye? `Cause ye wouldnae speak to them in the fecking pub! ~ Billy Connolley

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                                • #66
                                  If there were words and you enjoyed reading them then yes it counts.

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