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An Echo in the Bone by Diana Gabaldon
An Echo in the Bone (Outlander, #7)
by Diana Gabaldon (Goodreads Author)
read in June, 2015
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It's an illness. Gabaldon is a witch. I'm in her thrall.
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The End of the World by Martin H. Greenberg
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A great story or two, some very good stories, and a clunker or two for balance. If you're a sci-fi fan, this is a good round-up of a particular slice of the genre.
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The Case Against William by Mark Gimenez
The Case Against William
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Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King
Mr. Mercedes (Bill Hodges Trilogy, #1)
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Home Is Where The Start Is by Eric Ugland
Home Is Where The Start Is (Roseland Book 1)
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Holy Rage (A Short Story)
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The Werewolf of Bamberg by Oliver Pötzsch
The Werewolf of Bamberg (The Hangman's Daughter, # 5)
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Diana Gabaldon
“Jemmy won’t get to go to Disneyland—but he’ll have that. A family that laughs—and millions of little lights in the trees.”
Diana Gabaldon, A Breath of Snow and Ashes

Diana Gabaldon
“Well, a marriage between Friends is … between the Friends marrying. No clergyman, I mean, and no specific prayer or service. The two Friends marry each other, rather than it being considered a sacrament administered by a priest or the like. But it does need to be done before witnesses—other Friends, you know,”
Diana Gabaldon, Written in My Own Heart's Blood

David      Bishop
“A hot dry wind was tossing Maddie’s hair this way and that when she and Sue left the station to drive to the Crawford home. The hot desert breeze was more like a tic on the corner of a mean mouth, than a real breeze, at least down low. Higher up, the tall palm trees on Central Avenue, reaching for the sky like giant giraffes, were swishing back and forth like tails on nervous cats.”
David Bishop, Death of a Bankster

Billy Crystal
“And if we really want to stay current and relevant, we have to use social media. And by that I mean Facebook. There are one billion people on Facebook. Maybe older people should have our own social media. We can call it What Did That Doctor Do to Your Face Book? In fact, we can have our own text and Facebook abbreviations. We can have our own WTF, LOL, and LMAO. GNIB: Good news, it’s benign. OMG: Oh, my gout. DMMLIMNWD: Don’t make me laugh, I’m not wearing Depends. WAI: Where am I? ITIHSBCR: I think I had sex but can’t remember. ILI: I like Ike. TKDC: The kids didn’t call. DTLSTY: Does this look swollen to you? CTDMELOFM: Call the doctor—my erection lasted over four minutes. PAMUHNASIHSB: Put a mirror under his nose and see if he’s still breathing. Bottom line: we can’t be dial-up in a Wi-Fi world.”
Billy Crystal, Still Foolin' 'Em: Where I've Been, Where I'm Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys

Diana Gabaldon
“her small white dog Bouton hurrying at her heels to keep up. A far cry from the fluffy lapdogs so popular with the ladies of the Court, he looked vaguely like a cross between a poodle and a dachshund, with a rough, kinky coat whose fringes fluttered along the edges of a wide belly and stumpy, bowed legs. His feet, splay-toed and black-nailed, clicked frantically over the stones of the floor as he trotted after Mother Hildegarde, pointed muzzle almost touching the sweeping black folds of her habit. “Is that a dog?” I had asked one of the orderlies in amazement, when I first beheld Bouton, passing through the Hôpital at the heels of his mistress. He paused in his floor-sweeping to look after the curly, plumed tail, disappearing into the next ward. “Well,” he said doubtfully, “Mother Hildegarde says he’s a dog. I wouldn’t like to be the one to say he isn’t.”
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