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    Bearded Member Dan M.'s Avatar
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    Somehow I neglected to mention reading Craig Johnson's latest Longmire outing, NEXT TO LAST STAND. Excellent as always!
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    Last long read was Louise Penny's All The Devils Are Here, had to keep my wits about me, she writes such involved plots with lots of characters that I occasionally had to flip back a page or two to figure out what was happening. Reading turn of the last century sagas, some o.k., most a bit iffy with the way women were treated in the not too distant past.

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    Ohhhhh yes Mo. I kinda pull out my soapbox when I hear “people“ start to complain about ..... it was really bad. And in some cases not much better now. (oops-don’t get me started)


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    reading the current Tempe Brennen book

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    Actually re listening to The Shape of Night Tess Gerritsen — a stand alone.


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    Amazingly it is four months since I posted in this section. For reasons unknown I don't seem to be reading as much as I once was, despite staying at home due to winter weather and Covid-19

    Roy Lewis - a Lover too Many
    Zach Abrahams - A Measure of Trouble
    Erik Racker - Death Report
    Neil Broadfoot - Falling Fast

    The above four are all free kindle books - none were out of this world but all decent

    Harlan Coben - The Boy From the Woods. Not one of his best in my opinion but still better than a lot I read. His next one is called "Win". I'm presuming it is about Myron's old mate - not a sporting victory.
    Rennie Airth - The Decent Inn of Death. I really like this author and his John Madden series. I wish they would come around more frequently but the author is in his 80's so perhaps just enjoy while we can.

    Daniel/Sean Campbell - Missing Persons. I read one by this duo a few years ago, good
    Diane M Dickson - Burning Greed New author to me but I liked it
    Lee Child - The Sentinel. Reported previously in the appropriate section.
    Richard Osman - The Thursday Murder Club. Richard is a UK TV Quiz/Game Show Presenter. This is his first book. Police Procedural - with a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YB View Post
    Hello Brouwer.

    It seems quite a while since we saw you on here, glad you have not deserted us. Please stick around
    Hello everyone!
    Yep, I'am still here. Like everyone else, staying in and still working as a city-counselor. Council meetings through Teams, Zoom, Jitsi etc etc. Not easy.
    But he, can't complain (healthy, do a lot of running) but in the Netherlands we had a very slow start with the vaccinationprogram. So that is a huge disappointment :-(

    Happy reading Grisham and Child (Camino Winds/Sentinel)!
    Good to hear from you all! I'll stick around!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brouwer View Post
    Good to hear from you all! I'll stick around!
    Great to hear! And good for you for making a difference in your local politics!
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    Currently Reading

    hey Brouwer!


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    Nice to have you back Brouwer.

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