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Strong Heroines! (112 new)
Jan 22, 2012 05:13PM

20786 Forget about Scarpetta - my god, woman, grow up and quit whining!!

The "Real Women Don't Whine" series
The Warrior's Path, Book 1
LA Franco series, starting with Bleeding Out: A Mystery
The Stranger You Seek
Aug 23, 2011 02:09PM

20786 The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Relax, Mr. Morrison, et al. Take a deep breathe. As long as there are people who like to read, there will be books in one form or another. And as always, the best books will rise to the top, the dreck will fade away. (I'm old enough to remember these same specious arguments when computers came out - "now it's so easy everyone's going to write a book! The end is nigh." ) S'all good.

Baxter Clare Trautman, The River Within
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Aug 16, 2011 01:32PM

20786 Hi Ann. This is a wonderful place to find new books and reading friends. Glad you're here.

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Best Ebooks (8 new)
Aug 16, 2011 01:05PM

20786 I don't even like fantasy (I know, please don't throw cyber tomatoes at me) but the best 5-star e-book I've read yet is "When Women Were Warriors, Book I". Check out the review I wrote for it at The Rainbow Reader.com. http://bit.ly/nH4lkI
Impeccable writing. Perfect formatting. Outstanding story. I've only read Bk I, but

Baxter Clare Trautman, The River Within
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Aug 07, 2011 05:02PM

20786 Good interview. Looks like a great series you've got going.
Jul 10, 2011 06:27PM

20786 Do you like the 20% so far? It sounds like reading James Joyce, which I needed the help of a professor and whole class for:)


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20786 I'm new too. Can anyone join? I could go for a good romp with the Borgias!


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Jun 20, 2011 05:19PM

20786 Ditto Leah - I'd forgotten On Chesil Beach, good,easy one dayer.


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Jun 20, 2011 04:21AM

20786 Thanks for the post. Just finished Junger's WAR and your book looks like a natural follow-up. Best, Baxter

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Jun 19, 2011 06:08PM

20786 WAR follows a unit in Afghanistan's Korengal Valley and should really be called combat as these boys are more concerned with the reality of survival than the abstracts of war.

And on a lighter tone, Venus of Chalk. The heroine is a lesbian. She is fat. But this isn't a story about lesbians or fat girls. It's about how we feel all different. Four stars, so far.
Word Association (32623 new)
Jun 19, 2011 02:32PM

20786 young (I'm not even a big Rod Stewart fan:)
Jun 19, 2011 01:42PM

20786 Cate - it's not a Borgia novel, but did you ever read Codrescu's The Blood Countess? Riveting, creepy account of an aging Hungarian countess, circa late 1500's, convinced that bathing in virgin's blood would keep her young. Codrescu's a marvelous story-teller.


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Word Association (32623 new)
Jun 19, 2011 01:06PM

20786 in-law
Jun 18, 2011 09:38PM

20786 thank you thank you thank you for all the anti-Twilight posts. I though I was the only adult in America who didn't like it. Phew. Maybe I'm not so weird after all. Or at least I'm as weird as the rest of you:) (Meg's no on Davinci code was a comfort too.)


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Jun 18, 2011 08:55PM

20786 Timeless classics you've likely read. Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Sabatini's Scaramouche and Captain Blood. Great fun!!

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Jun 18, 2011 04:09PM

20786 Hi Winnie - ditto what you said!

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Jun 18, 2011 04:06PM

20786 There are probably a lot (because they were crappy and I skimmed them) but Misery is the one that stands out. Started it at LAX and finished five hours later in JFK.

Baxter Clare Trautman, The River Within
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Jun 18, 2011 03:55PM

20786 Thanks for the post. My first "free" discovery, Kate Genet (lesbian fiction) was totally by accident but she's quite fun. Looking ot forward to what else is free there:)

Baxter Clare Trautman, The River Within
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Jun 18, 2011 03:46PM

20786 Hi Ken - The Little Friend might qualify. POV is a young girl in steaming Mississippi (don't let that throw you off because the book is written in a very adult, third person tone) whose brother was murdered and how she tries to discover who did it. Great read. Not YA at all

Baxter Clare Trautman, The River Within
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Jun 18, 2011 03:35PM

20786 If you like homicide detectives with personal issues and horrific cases, Mo Hayder's Jack Caffery is your man. The Treatment I discovered her last year and am slo-owly meting out her books to myself. If you know of any other authors like her please let me know!

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