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Posted: 17-May-2005, 11:55 AM
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I'm reading the last book in the serial from Darren Shan. It's very nice and spooky

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On my nightstand right now is the classic 1984 by George Orwell.

Even though 1984 has come and gone, 1984 pretty much parallels today's society in my view.


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Posted: 03-Jun-2005, 11:00 PM
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Tonight I am starting book #4 of Sara Donati's series, Fire Along the Sky.

Also going to start a book by Scottish author, David R Ross called Desire Lines.


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Posted: 04-Jun-2005, 05:12 PM
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I am reading Suspense and Sensibility (Or, First Impressions Revisited)
A Mr. & Mrs. Darcy Mystery by Carrie Bebris.

This is the second one of her Darcy Mysteries.

They are pretty good. In this book they connect the Darcys with the Dashwoods and Ferrars.



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Posted: 05-Jun-2005, 12:44 PM
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Right now i'm reading a book called 'Both sides of the fence - A life undercover' by David Corbett. It's a true account of a young Glasgow police officer who rises through the ranks & eventually undertakes undercover work with the Scottish Crime Squad, working covertly amongst firearm & drug dealers. It's a great read giving a taste of the seedier side of life in Scotland & the N.E of England. I haven't been able to put it down.


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Just started a new book a friend gave me called Praying the Names of God, by Ann Spangler. EXCELLENT book for anyone interested in getting a deeper insight into the nature of God! As most people know, God is called by many different names and titles in the Bible, from Adonai to Elohim to El-Shaddai. This book (actually a devotional which devotes 5 days each to 26 of the different names and titles of God) goes into each, tells what it means and describes that particular aspect of our God. I have found it very enlightening! The author says in the forward that she hopes to do a sequel entitled Praying the Names of Jesus. I WILL have a copy of it when it comes out! smile.gif


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These sound very interesting-if I could keep myself away from this darn computer I would be able to read more!! I write down all the titles and authors..for later.. Easier said than done I would miss all of you.

I am still reading Dragonfly In Amber...slowly..

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Posted: 06-Jun-2005, 11:02 PM
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QUOTE (Rindy1202 @ 06-Jun-2005, 10:56 PM)
These sound very interesting-if I could keep myself away from this darn computer I would be able to read more!! I write down all the titles and authors..for later.. Easier said than done I would miss all of you.

I am still reading Dragonfly In Amber...slowly..

Happy Reading

I know what you mean, Rindy. I am on the computer entirely too much.

I finally picked up the first three books in the Outlander series. I have heard so much about them from you all here that I decided I had to check them out. They do sound interesting!! They are really large books, tho. Maybe I should have gotten just one at a time. biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (C Dubh @ 05-Jun-2005, 12:44 PM)
Right now i'm reading a book called 'Both sides of the fence - A life undercover' by David Corbett. It's a true account of a young Glasgow police officer who rises through the ranks & eventually undertakes undercover work with the Scottish Crime Squad, working covertly amongst firearm & drug dealers. It's a great read giving a taste of the seedier side of life in Scotland & the N.E of England. I haven't been able to put it down.

Cu Dubh, have you ever seen the movie "Donnie Brasco" with Al Pacino and Johnny Depp? Johnny Depp plays an FBI agent who goes undercover and gets deeper in the Mafia than anyone before him. It also is based on a true story. Donnie Brasco was the alias that FBI agent Joe Pistone used. He is now living under another alias in the witness protection program.

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QUOTE (BluegrassLady @ 06-Jun-2005, 11:02 PM)
QUOTE (Rindy1202 @ 06-Jun-2005, 10:56 PM)
These sound very interesting-if I could keep myself away from this darn computer I would be able to read more!! I write down all the titles and authors..for later..  Easier said than done I would miss all of you.

I am still reading Dragonfly In Amber...slowly..

Happy Reading

I know what you mean, Rindy. I am on the computer entirely too much.

I finally picked up the first three books in the Outlander series. I have heard so much about them from you all here that I decided I had to check them out. They do sound interesting!! They are really large books, tho. Maybe I should have gotten just one at a time. biggrin.gif

BGLady, wish you would of said something, I am trying to give away DRAGONFLY IN AMBER if anyone wants it. They are big books and they keep you interested. I did the same thing I went and bought all 5.....not sorry as of yet!!!

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Posted: 07-Jun-2005, 11:38 PM
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Hi Rindy.....Actually, I didn't buy them, I got them at the library. I would be happy to take Dragonfly In Amber off your hands if you are serious. I usually like to read something from an author before I go out and buy his/her books. Then I will search the stores for them. smile.gif
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QUOTE (BluegrassLady @ 07-Jun-2005, 11:38 PM)
Hi Rindy.....Actually, I didn't buy them, I got them at the library. I would be happy to take Dragonfly In Amber off your hands if you are serious. I usually like to read something from an author before I go out and buy his/her books. Then I will search the stores for them. smile.gif

so sorry BGlady, someone else already claimed DIA. I hope you enjoy the reading though...

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Posted: 09-Jun-2005, 09:47 PM
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That's okay, Rindy, as long as it found a good home! tongue.gif I'm looking forward to reading the series and am taking Outlander with me when we go camping tomorrow. Hopefully I will beable to start reading it.
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Posted: 10-Jun-2005, 12:22 AM
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Bluegrass I hope you enjoy it as much as the rest of us have. I'm just about half way through the book and I can't put it down!!! biggrin.gif I've been learning a lot with the gaelic words and how they use to talk back then!
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Bluegrasslady, you have a good time camping with Jamie F! Really, have a good time.

Moon child thats funny nothing better than to talk back to someone in Gaelic!!! It is a beautiful language..

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