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The Coffee Trader
Amsterdam 1635. A fellow tries to raise capital to fund a shipment of coffee beans. Lots of double crossing goes on - try to keep up.

This book was a b
Apr 29, 2006
Apr 13, 2009
I "released" this book down at Dallas road this morning (May 17/09). Now I will see where it goes.
Sep 22, 2004
Apr 27, 2009
French Revolutions: Cycling the Tour de France
I was very disappointed in this book. I never found it funny. I never cared about Moore's progress. There was very little interesting in the way of de ...more
Apr 17, 2009
Apr 11, 2009
Fluke: Or, I Know Why the Winged Whale Sings
Ok, but definitely not my favorite Moore book.

Bookcrossibg: Left in the Inner Harbour, Victoria B.C.
Sep 11, 2004
Apr 27, 2009
Howard Hughes: The Secret Life
The first part was interesting but when he got weird I stopped caring.

Bookcrossing: Left on a park bench on the Lochside Trial
Dec 30, 2004
Apr 27, 2009
Early Bird: A Memoir of Premature Retirement
An intermittently funny book about a 28 year old fellow who goes to live in a Florida retirement centre. I registered this book with Bookcrossings and ...more
Jun 16, 2006
Apr 13, 2009
True History of the Kelly Gang
It was a Booker Prize winner but I didn't like it very much.
Jun 10, 2002
Apr 28, 2009
Reading Lolita in Tehran
A sometimes interesting book about a ladies illegal book club in Tehran.
Jul 17, 2004
Apr 27, 2009
The Man Who Flew Churchill
This book was as much about Ferry Command as it was about flying Churchill but still it was a worthwhile read.
Mar 18, 2006
Apr 19, 2009
The Bear Went Over the Mountain
A Bookcrossing book passed from Dot. A funny story of a bear that steal a manuscript that turns in to a best seller. Everyone around him is so wrapped ...more
May 20, 2010
May 13, 2010
Amongst Women
The book is well written but a little boring. Not too much happens and what does happen is fairly repetitive. Probably close to real life. At times Mo ...more
May 31, 2009
May 07, 2009
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