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Books I've recently read & enjoyed. Please add your own lists, as we book addicts are always on the lookout for books we haven't heard about...

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

June Books I've Read

Dress Your Family in Corduroy & Denim – David Sedaris:  As always, Sedaris is laugh out loud funny.  You have to feel sorry for his family, knowing that everything you do is fodder for his next book.


Be Sweet – Roy Blount, Jr.:   Humorous tale of just how Blount became the man he is.


Hidden Prey – John Sandford:  I think the Prey series just keeps getting better.  This one involves a murdered Russian.  Was he a spy?  A cop from Russia comes to help the investigation – is she a spy? 


The Taking – Dean Koontz:  This one is an end-of-the-world scenario.  I liked the story, and the reason why the world ended.  I felt that you didn’t really get to know the main characters.  There wasn’t much dialogue.  However, I did enjoy the book.




There is nothing better than a friend, unless it is a friend with chocolate. - Charles Dickens



Blogger eln said...

Nice to find such variety in a book list. Here's one you might enjoy - very pedestrian, not quite a beach- read but definately chick-lit.

Across My Rubicon by Louise North; availabe at

Cynthia Alexander kept her emotions and true self hidden away from the outside world to survive. Her heartless attitude made her perfect for managing the unmanageable. She was not prepared for the dramatic impact her new job would have on her life.

Enter Ted McBride, the cocky young programmer that pushed Cynthia closer to crossing the line and losing control. Neither of them was prepared for what was going to happen once they crossed their Rubicon.

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