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    Join Date: Feb 2011

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    As a big fan of both Allison and Shelby Lynne, this is a very powerful and moving book about their personal tragedy. First time she's really opened up about it.

    "People will hear what you tell them to hear" - Thomas Edison

  2. #282
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    Currently reading 'Tourist Season' by Carl Hiaasen. This is good fun, the plot and characters are a bit like the old Rockford Files TV series from years ago.

    "when common sense, logic and plausibility are excluded. All that remain are foolishness and lies"

  3. #283
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    Jonas Jonasson
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  4. #284
    Join Date: Oct 2011

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    Default For the Crime Fiction Fans Among You...

    The Coroners Lunch - Colin Cotterill, Set in 70s Laos. Extremely charming characters, especially the lead - Dr. Siri Paiboun, a reluctant coroner in his 70s.

    Forty Words for Sorrow - Giles Blunt, Set in Northern Ontario, Canada. Well fleshed-out or humanized main characters with problems of their own.

    A Simple Plan - Sam Smith, set in rural Ohio, United States. Classic tale of ignorance and greed with a palpable sense of the inevitable.

    ~all of these are a great vacation for the mind as they project a tactile sense of place. Enjoy.

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    Barry

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    Seen as i have plenty time on my hands ill finish this i started reading last month


  6. #286
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    I finished reading this last night.

    "when common sense, logic and plausibility are excluded. All that remain are foolishness and lies"

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