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Posted: 15-Jan-2005, 04:05 PM
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I just finished, Shanna by Kathleen Woodiwiss. I do like those Historical Romances. wink.gif

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Posted: 15-Jan-2005, 06:32 PM
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I'm currently rereading books that I haven't touched in years just for the fun of it and because I'm on vacation. But I'm anxiously awaiting Survivor in Death by J.D. Robb, it doesn't come out until the beginning of Feb. It's the latest book in the In Death series and I can't wait.


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Posted: 15-Jan-2005, 08:49 PM
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I am actually reading two Christian books - when I'm not on here that is! First is Guide to Spiritual Warfare by E. M. Bounds. A very good book all about Satan, his works, and spiritual warfare. The other is Impeachable Offense, the second book in the political spin-off of the Left Behind series. It is an excellent book. The author is Neesa Hart who lives in VA!


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Posted: 16-Jan-2005, 12:02 AM
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I was shopping at Wal-Mart's earlier and decided to go browse around in the book section, I came across a book that caught my fancy. It's called Irish Charmers The Mighty Quinnsby Kate Hoffman. Has anyone read any of her books? I'll probably start reading it tomorrow.

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Posted: 16-Jan-2005, 12:10 AM
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Never heard of Kate Hoffman, Maggie! Is the book a Historical Romance like we like to read? wink.gif


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Posted: 16-Jan-2005, 01:46 AM
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Right now I'm over half done The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield, I just can't put it down. I can't wait to read The Tenth Insight by him as well!!!
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I'm reading "The ghost's holidays" by Didier van Cauwelaert. Roger Croutin was 22, a young butcher about to marry Josiane. But when he wake up this morning, he wasn't in his fiancee's arms, neither in his bed, nor in his life. When he looked at his face in the mirror he was 50 and in the skin of a man whom he ignore all : Antoine de Latour-Jacob. He has family problems, a job of lawyer and have to plead this morning. The major problem is that in his head, he is still Roger Croutin...


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Posted: 19-Jan-2005, 02:52 PM
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I just finished Diana Gabaldon's "Lord John Grey and the Private Matter." It was an interesting book and I learned some things about the seedy side of London in the 1700s! wondering what Gwenlee thought about the book as she was reading it too the same time as me.

Now I am reading a light-hearted, funny book called "Men In Kilts" by Katie MacAlister. I need a light read after all those Diana Gabaldon books! biggrin.gif
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Posted: 19-Jan-2005, 09:45 PM
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Rose, I will have to hurry to catch up with you. I have almost got Outlander finished. I am really enjoying it. Not sure what I want to do with the book when I am done. I guess I could give it to the library here. Let me know how the new book your reading is. I like your taste lady!

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Posted: 21-Jan-2005, 03:34 PM
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Rindy! Are you going to read the next book in the Outlander series, Dragonfly in Amber?

"Men In Kilts" is a funny, light-hearted, witty read about an American author who goes to England for a mystery writer's conference. There she meets a big burly Scotsman and within a few days she is wisked off to the Highlands where he lives to live with him! The author even has a glossery of Scots words in the back to help you understand the Scots language better! The book has some funny moments in it too. I have laughed out loud a few times! biggrin.gif
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Posted: 21-Jan-2005, 03:55 PM
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Im currently reading The Black and Tans by Richard Bennet. Its a historical book about the british special police in ireland.


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Posted: 24-Jan-2005, 05:14 PM
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Finished Men in Kilts and now reading "Beyond the Highland Mist" by Karen Marie Moning.
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Posted: 24-Jan-2005, 06:28 PM
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Right now I am reading The Witch and The Warrior by Karyn Monk.

Beyond the Highland Mist is a really good one - read that several times already. I love the read Karen Marie Moning.

Please do read the follow stories of her

To Tame a Highland Warrior is talking about the friend of Hawk

The Highlanders Touch
Kiss of the Highlander
the Dark Highlander
The Immortal Highlander

They are all interconnected to some point. Mostly because of Adam Black but you will find that out when you get to the point. Enjoy reading them.



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Posted: 25-Jan-2005, 09:51 AM
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Right now I am reading:

"Zen and the art of Motorcycle Maintenance" by Robert Pirsig

"Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!" by Richard Feynman

"Eiger Dreams" by John Krakauer

"The Wheel of Time Prequel series" by Robert Jordan

"A Song of Ice and Fire Series" by George R.R. Martin BEST FANTASY BOOK I EVER READ
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Posted: 26-Jan-2005, 12:48 PM
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I'm 3/4 through Lord John Grey. I would have been done with it already but I have been working a lot of overtime at my job, pluse I'm helping plan my daughters wedding, and I went to a Scottish Country Dancing social so I've gotten behind in my reading. So far I've enjoyed the book.
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