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Old 01-01-2020, 04:27 PM
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I'm doing the Shakespeare 2020 Challenge this year - https://iandoescher.com/shakespeare/ so first up is Twelfth Night which I started today.


I'm also reading Brendan Reichs YA book Nemesis, the first in a three book series. So far it's really good - he writes great teenagers.


I'm also reading Osprey Publishing's F-16 Fighting Falcon Units of Operation Iraqi Freedom because I have an obsession with the Viper.
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I saw the newest/annual Daniel Silva thriller on the "new books" shelf at the library and grabbed it. Then I realized I had probably missed last year's, too. Then I realized I am 4 books behind and checked out all 4 of the 2016-2019 books. So I'm set with books for a bit!
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I saw the newest/annual Daniel Silva thriller on the "new books" shelf at the library and grabbed it. Then I realized I had probably missed last year's, too. Then I realized I am 4 books behind and checked out all 4 of the 2016-2019 books. So I'm set with books for a bit!
I'm a die hard Daniel Silva fan. His last book, The New Girl, was fantastic.

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I'm a die hard Daniel Silva fan. His last book, The New Girl, was fantastic.

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Thank you! I'm stocking up on a few good books as I prepare for some surgery, and I love Daniel Silva!

With that in mind, is there a writer on the line of Maeve Binchy? I've read and reread all of her books, and would love something on that line. Gentle, folksy, yet not vapid.
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Considering the current world events, it can be hard to separate truth and fiction. He's a great writer, and I love it when authors write and publish on a fairly predictable schedule!
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Just finished the sequel to "Long Road to Mercy", titled "A Minute to Midnight" and loved it!

Finally read a children's book, the author of which belonged to one of the same genealogical groups as I. It's called "The Cabin Faced West", by Jean Fritz. This took place in my PA back yard, and I was never able to find it at a reasonable price. It is definitely a children's book, but knowing the families involved and where it was set made it interesting to me!

I started "Jefferson's Daughters" last night. So far, so good. Despite his personal failings, I love Thomas Jefferson, and I'm hoping that this adds to clarity about him.
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