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Old 02-09-2013, 09:25 PM   #2821
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I have just started reading The Hobbit
I have just the book but haven't started yet.

Now I am reading ' The sparkling cyanide' by Agatha Christie.
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:58 PM   #2822
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I'm half way through "White Knights" by Ann Cleeves. A Shetland Island mystery. And I'm a quarter of the way through a audible book called "A Fatal Winter," the main character is a vicar named Max Tudor. Very english country house murder. Perfect for my noctural rambling/insomnia episodes.

Kylie1969, if this is your virgin reading of the Hobbit I envy you. I think the Hobbit is one of the reasons why I'm such an evid reader. Wonderful book. (BTW, I have it on audible too. Can't wait to get to that one. I think I've read it like 6 times.) Enjoy. =o)
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:13 PM   #2823
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Yes MM, this is the first time for me and I am really enjoying it and having recently seen The Hobbit at the pictures....twice.....I am noticing that they have closely stuck to the book for the film as when I am reading some lines, it is exactly what the actors have said for example
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:14 PM   #2824
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I have just the book but haven't started yet.

Now I am reading ' The sparkling cyanide' by Agatha Christie.
Rad, I hope you enjoy The Hobbit
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Old 02-13-2013, 02:12 PM   #2825
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Reading THE MILLS OF GOD by Deryn Lake. In a sleepy village in England it becomes a place of terror and night shadows. The new vicar and Inspector Tennant try to find a serial killer.
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I just started reading The Indian Clerk by David Levitt.
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Old 02-16-2013, 04:13 PM   #2827
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Went to the library and got Gooseberry Patch's BIG BOOK OF HOLIDAY COOKING. There are recipes for year round celebrating. It is a beautiful cookbook, with lots of great tips along with the recipes.
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citizenville, by gavin newsom. also, jose baez's book, presumed guilty: casey anthony.
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I'm reading the Charlie Parker series by John Connolly.
Ex-cop turned private investigator, with a very interesting
meta-physical, evil incarnate on earth twist.
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The Inquisitor's Key-A Body Farm Novel, by Jefferson Bass (yes, I know they are two people). In the UK the book title is, The Bones of Avignon.
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