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    That's me also , Deanie. The exception might be if I am part way through a book I own (paper or kindle) and the new one by one of my fave authors becomes available at the library then I'll read that and return to the other later

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    Am reading Louise Penny’s new book, A Better Man, about Chief Inspector Gamache, head of the Surete Quebecois, a cop story with a difference. Her book is top of the Best Seller list at the moment. She writes well.

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    Finished LAND OF WOLVES. Another great Walt Longmire story from Craig Johnson. The book are so much better than the TV series.
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    True.
    Readng a James Patterson book: Invisible. an FBI agent & an arsonist ... (2nd book is titled Unsolved) Pretty good so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4AMNTN View Post
    True.
    Readng a James Patterson book: Invisible. an FBI agent & an arsonist ... (2nd book is titled Unsolved) Pretty good so far.
    Wow ok ! That was a good book!


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    Finishing last year's Lucas Davenport book then on to Unsolved - the second book of FBI analyst. (previous book Invisible)

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    Yep Insolved was good too! Read a short story Killer Chef by James Patterson - it was ok, a quick & easy read. Not sure if I'll order the 2nd full book tho.
    GOTTA finish up The First Conspiracy by Brad Meltzer. It's about the assassination plot to kill George Washington.

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    OK I broke down and bought The Chef ... the 2nd book to Killer Chef...it's ok ... easy read. STILL trying to get thru My Brad Meltzer book. I like it, I do ... it's just not an easy read. It's VERY interesting an amazing story & I can see the time setting in my mind so easy .... but

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    Started into Stephen King's The Institute
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    Starting The Shape of Night a Tess Gerritsen book. STILL reading The First Conspiracy too!
    Have never read a Stephen King ... donít care for his movies so... . Hope u like it tho!


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