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    I’ve started reading Tony Hillerman’s Listening Woman. 90 pages in, having fun. Got it from an online seller here in Manila. I’m not too crazy about going out yet, so the books come to me.

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    Our "phase openings" are over .... but I do the Kindle thing. I downloaded The Lincoln Conspiracy, Brad Meltzer - Masked Prey, John Sandford - Texas Outlaw, James Patterson... hope you enjoy!

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    Tony Hillerman has a lot of “Joe Leaphorn said nothing.” Way before Reacher. I enjoyed Listening Woman.

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    Am now onto the 14th book in Vince Flynn 's Mitch Rapp series
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    New books by several of my favourite authors would have been available at my library by now. But, the libraries here have been closed since mid March here. Not sure when they will open. The latest Harlan Coban is ready for me to collect when they do. Also I will be ordering the latest from Peter James, Rennie Airth, Graham Hurley and Lynda La Plante. In the meantime I have 20+ on kindle so I will have to be content with those for now. Some are by new to me authors so as yet I do not know if I'll like them or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YB View Post
    New books by several of my favourite authors would have been available at my library by now. But, the libraries here have been closed since mid March here. Not sure when they will open. The latest Harlan Coban is ready for me to collect when they do. Also I will be ordering the latest from Peter James, Rennie Airth, Graham Hurley and Lynda La Plante. In the meantime I have 20+ on kindle so I will have to be content with those for now. Some are by new to me authors so as yet I do not know if I'll like them or not.
    Sounds good! I am always looking for new authors! Sad about ur library.... and about all this in general.
    What is anybody else reading??????


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    We don’t have libraries here in Manila. When I’m in another country, I visit the library to marvel at books I can borrow. One time the book I wanted was in French so I just looked at the pictures.

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    Currently reading Hillerman’s Skinwalkers.

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    Currently reading One Mississippi featuring Arch Dixon by Steve Ulfelder.

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    started the latest Lucas Davenport book...... hi Deanie

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