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Posted: 02-Apr-2005, 08:30 PM
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Cr thank you. good to be back

Celtica- that sounds really interesting. Has anyone seen the doc, on the history channel or any of those about them finding a dragons remains? Both my sister and brother told me about it. I love thinking may be they were real. Not sure I can believe it..

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Posted: 02-Apr-2005, 08:58 PM
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QUOTE (CelticRose @ 30-Mar-2005, 06:28 PM)
Brian, another really good book about Scotland is titled: Scotland, A Concise History by Fitroy MacLean. You might want to check that one out too. wink.gif

I think I saw that at the bookstore. I will check it out, though. Thanks


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QUOTE (Rindy1202 @ 02-Apr-2005, 08:30 PM)
Has anyone seen the doc, on the history channel or any of those about them finding a dragons remains? Both my sister and brother told me about it. I love thinking may be they were real. Not sure I can believe it..

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I saw it. It was a pseudo-scientific speculation. A what if it was like this..... Interesting, but far fetched. Made too many speculative leaps.


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I'm currently reading Charleston by John Jakes. I like his work, but it takes a while to get into it. Perhaps because I can only read a few pages at a time.
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I actually have about 3 books in progress right now....Clive Cussler: Fire Ice, Laurell K. Hamilton: Blue Moon and Christine Feehan : Shadows of Christmas Past


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Has anyone every read Tracie Peterson? I received two books from a friend. Just wondering I have many Diana Gabaldon books to read.. so this is more to read stacking up..

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Posted: 14-Apr-2005, 01:26 PM
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I've just finished The Touch by Colleen McCullough, not bad, but I can't bear this victorian education, poor girls, grrrrr !!

I've just started The ring of the fisherman by Jean Raspail : In 1993 an old man is wandering in Rodez, begging for some bread and soup when someone asks his name he simply answer "I'm Benoît". Six centuries before, it was the end of the last antipope of Avignon Benoît XIII. Yet this lineage of rebel popes still exists. Secret services from Vatican are trying to find this beggar of Rodez who carries in his bag the ring of the fisherman, the symbol of this church from the shadow.


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I'm reading Dawn on a Distant Shore and I'm almost done, so the next book I'll start is Lake in the Clouds which is the third book in the series.
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Rindy, I have never heard of that author. What type of books does she write?


gwenlee! I finished Dawn on the Distant Shore a few days ago. Anxious to talk to you about it! Now I am reading book #3, Lake in the Clouds. I am not sure if I am liking that one or not as a lot of changes have occurred, but that was the way it was back in wilderness times and I guess I just have to accept it. sad.gif


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Posted: 15-Apr-2005, 09:57 PM
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Right now Come the Morning by Shannon Drake.

Is pretty good so far.

Read some mystery books before that.

Sister Frevisse Mysteries by Margaret Frazer. They are pretty good too.



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Posted: 16-Apr-2005, 07:18 PM
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Monarch! I have several of Shannon Drake's books and that is one of them. I have yet to read it yet. I read one of her others, Knight Triumphant. It was really good. But I learned later the book I read was #4 in the series! eek.gif The series is supposed to be in this order, in case you didn't know. wink.gif

1. Come the Morning
2. Conquer the Night
3. Seize the Dawn
4. Knight Triumphant
5. Lion of Glory
6. When We Touch
7. Queen's Lady (I don't think it is published yet)
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Hey thanks CR I didn't know that. I have Conquer the night but haven't read it yet. So I guess it was good that I waited.

Well let's keep those pages in motion.

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Posted: 17-Apr-2005, 12:02 AM
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Oh good, Monarch! I wasn't sure if you knew about the Shannon Drake series or not, so good thing I posted it for you. Let me know how you like Come the Morning.

I am still reading Lake in the Clouds by Sara Donati. It is so sad!
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I started reading The Children of Men by P.D. James this morning. I read it for the first time back in 1994 when it came out on paperback. They're adapting it for the big screen starring Clive Owen later this year, so I decided to read it again.
It's an awesome sci fi novel. P.D. James is one of my very favorite mystery authors.


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Pleading Guilty by Scott Turow.

It's about a lawyer in a big city firm who is given an assignment by his superiors to find a colleague who's gone AWOL. Also missing is several million dollars from a settlement account from an airplane crash suit in which their firm's client, a major airline, was the defendant.


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