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Thread: What books do you enjoy reading?

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    I love reading mystery books which pertain to quilting, crocheting and knitting. I have just discovered the writer Sandra Dallas. The books are fiction but have alot of info. about quilting years ago. What do you read? sss

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    I love mysterys, and a nice love story once in awhile. But mostly I read whatever happens to be available. Trade a lot with my sister, buy at the used bookstore. I can read anything as long as it has a good story line. If it doesnT grab me in the first few pages, it never gets finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sss
    I love reading mystery books which pertain to quilting, crocheting and knitting. I have just discovered the writer Sandra Dallas. The books are fiction but have alot of info. about quilting years ago. What do you read? sss
    I just ordered 5 of her books at betterworldbooks.com. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    I love to read mysterys and horror. I'm a big Stephen King and Dean Koontz fan. But when I want a good laugh, I read Janet Evanovich.

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    I just started the first Earlene Fowler book and I just can't get into it, I find it very boring which means I probably won't finish it but will try again tonight.

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    I read anything I pick up. I like detective/police and attorney stuff. I was a MP in the USMC and always wanted to go to law school.

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    I like to read hard SF books (David Brin, Asimov, Heinlein, Ellison, etc) for the most part, with a sprinkling of romance (SF Romance - Anne McCaffery and similar)... and the Regency Romance novels of Elizabeth Mansfield (who was my mother, actually).

    But I've been reading mostly non-fiction these days: biographies and history books.

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    I love mysteries. So do my DDs so we share what we buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
    Quote Originally Posted by sss
    I love reading mystery books which pertain to quilting, crocheting and knitting. I have just discovered the writer Sandra Dallas. The books are fiction but have alot of info. about quilting years ago. What do you read? sss
    I just ordered 5 of her books at betterworldbooks.com. Thanks for the suggestion.
    The ones I have read are Alice's Tulips, Prayers for Sale and The Persian Pickle Club. You should check out her website, www.sandradallas.com

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    I did thanks ;-) and I loved the Persian Pickle Club.

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