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    Off topic BUT Mo Iím glad to hear any stories you have to share! I hope as an American Iíll never hear that either. canít even imagine it. I had a friend that was a German lady that sewed and she would tell me stories of the concentration camps that were near her home and the raids she was quite embarrassed to speak in public because she thought people would think less of her because she was German that they would associate with her with Hitler I remember thinking that was so sad she was such a talented nice lady.

    When I was younger I heard my uncle George who was a POW in France tell stories not to be too blunt it had to do with a helmet and a rat and it has scared me and bothered me to this day.
    Such things our men & women went through for our country to have people act the way they do now.


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    I have the last 3 Murder Club books on Kindle but havenít read yet. This wouldíve been a good series to just sit and read one after the other ó I need to get back to my Kindle- been listening to Audiobooks of Janet Evanovich Plum series. Oh me 13 & 15 are too funny!


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    Anyone read Dean Koontz? I've seen his books for years - I think I'll start the Odd Thomas series??? I thought of this last fall - but just didn't. I need someone new to read.

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    Haven't read a Koontz book for years, probably 20 or more. I thought they were OK, but no better than OK. That said they are probably very different now

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    Well ok, thanks. I just figured out that Odd Thomas is YOUNG.... & sees dead people. So... ummmm....

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    I've not been reading as much recently, don't know why, no particular reason. The ones I have read are

    Rick Mofina - The Dying Hour. I have read quite a few by this author and they rarely disappoint. This one was good
    Pete Brassett - Rancour. A police procedural set in Scotland. Good
    Deborah Crombie- A Bitter Feast. Latest in the Duncan Kincaid/Gemma Collins series. It's been quite a wait for this one but worth the wait
    R C Bridgestock - Payback. Set local to me although this is the start of a new series
    Rennie Airth - Cold Kill. The previous books I have read by this author have all featured a detective called John Madden. The are set back in time from the 1920's to the 50's. This one however is in modern times and is a completely new set of characters

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    sounds good YB. -- I'll look into the Crombie book/series.

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    Reading many of the ‘women’s’ historical fiction, some of it seems like soft porn disguised as romance! ��. But some of it is not too bad, certainly gives some insight into women’s lot in life before women got their independence.

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