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    Finished: (#10)

    Left for Dead---JA Jance............good book.

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    Two more:

    16. Under the Same Sky by Genevieve Graham--I quite enjoyed this one. First novel for this author, who is Canadian. A little supernatural, about 2 people who know each other, but only through dreams and visions. Looks like a sequel in the works, too.
    17. Royal Blood by Rona Sharon--I thought this was going to be an historical novel about Tudor England. It was, but it ended up having vampires in it! Was not expecting that! It was still pretty good, but some of the words and phrases were different. I looked up the author on Fantastic Fiction, and it turns out she's from Israel, so that might explain the language.
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    I've been so busy these last couple of weeks that reading has slipped into limbo - I've done very little, besides some short stories.

    I don't remember when or what I last posted, but I have read too really good ones.

    Elizabeth Letts, The Eighty Dollar Champion. A non-fiction account of Snowman, the plow horse that was rescued from the butcher's cart at an auction, and eventually won the US open jumping championship three years running. A very upbeat book, very likable people and a totally loveable horse.

    Cheryl Cory, Must've Done Something Good. A wonderful upbeat novel. The charming central character narrates her first year as a high school teacher. Sounds dull, but it's really a great read. A thread of romance, not usually my thing at all, and lots of humor.
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    Just finished One for the Money by Janet Evanovich. On to D is for Deadbeat by Sue Grafton.

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    Finished Catching Fire, 2nd in the Hunger Games series and checked out Mockingjay next on my Kindle freebies. Such a great series.

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    Finished:
    License to Pawn: Deals, Steals, and My Life at the Gold & Silver by Rick Harrison. I'm a fan of the show and it was an interesting read.
    Wild Man Creek, Promise Canyon & Harvest Moon, all part of the Virgin River series by Robyn Carr. Relaxing, enjoyable reads. Wish I lived in that area, lol.

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    Just finished Double Cross by James Patterson and am about 6 chapters into The Hunger Games.

    I am really enjoy this book.

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    My Beloved Son ---Catherine Cookson........good read....as most of her books are.........

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    Finished 'Changing Habits' by Debbie Macomber. Really liked it.
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    I finished Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich
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    Finished The Black Ice by Michael Connelly the second book in the Harry Bosch series...it was very good.

    Now i am switching gears and reading blueberry muffin murder by joanne fluke
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    Just finished The Hunger Games. Loved it. Haven't picked my next book yet.

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    2 more done!

    18. The Dreaming Stones by Sarah Harrison--this one was OK, following the lives of 3 women, 2 in present time, and one in 2nd century England. They all live in the same area. The idea was good, but it dragged. A LOT!
    19. The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly--Really liked this one. It's a young adult novel about a boy who enters a different land, where all the stories he knows come to life, but in a much darker way.
    I recommend this one!
    ~Tracy~

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    Finished & enjoyed:
    Body Movers:4 Bodies & a Funeral by Stephanie Bond
    & Julia's Kitchen Wisdom by Julia Child

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    Finished Buried in a Book by Lucy Arlington. It is the first book in a new cozy mystery series. I liked it alot. Looking forward to the next one.
    Kim

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