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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

I just finished "Once We Were Brothers" by Ronald Balson and thoroughly enjoyed it. A prominent Chicago philanthropist is accused of being a Nazi soldier.
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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

I just finished THE WRONG MOTHER by SOPHIE HANNAH. I have now read her first three books in the series and they have all been well written. All three have been dark thrillers and I probably won't read another of her books for awhile - they are intense. I need a change so I'm onto DEAD WAKE by ERIK LARSON about the Lusitania. A real change of pace!
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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

Hi SAGAL! I am grateful for your recommendation for SECRETS OF A CHARMED LIFE! I have thoroughly enjoyed it! I will definitely investigate A FALL OF MARIGOLDS, too!
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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

SAGAL, I am not reading as much as normal as I am a big gardener so I don't spend much time indoors in these summer months. Got to say, I am liking your choices though. Think I'll just click on your name for fall and winter reading haha. Happy Monday! Happy reading! LM
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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

I am reading Invasion of Privacy by Christopher Reich. Interesting, but not enough for me to read well into the night.

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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

Two audio books with great narrators

Seveneves by  Neal Stephenson 

Finders Keepers by Stephen King 

Seveneves: A Novel

 

Finders Keepers: A Novel

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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

I read Iron Lace by Emily Richards. I know it's an older one but I missed it somewhere along the line. I see it has a sequel so I will probably read that too.

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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

I also have from the library the audio of Inside the O'Briens by lisa genova and have listened to over an hour and think it's dull so far.

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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

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@lovescats wrote:

Two audio books with great narrators

Seveneves by  Neal Stephenson 

Finders Keepers by Stephen King 

Seveneves: A Novel

 

 


I'm next in line for Seveneves on my Kindle.  Is it a good book?

 

I've never been able to get into audio books.  I absolutely cannot concentrate when I have a book read to me (must be something wrong with me)).  I do better when I can see the printed word.

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Re: What Are You Reading --- July 2015

Has anyone read anything by Theresa Rizzo?

 

http://www.theresarizzo.com/books.php

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