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Angie is on page 140 of 448 of The Bones of Paris
The Bones of Paris: A Stuyvesant & Grey Novel
The Bones of Paris: A Stuyvesant & Grey Novel
by Laurie R. King (Goodreads Author)
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Angie is on page 196 of 320 of Edward Trencom's Nose
Edward Trencom's Nose: A Novel of History, Dark Intrigue, and Cheese
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A Fatal Twist of Lemon by Patrice Greenwood
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The Creeps by John Connolly
The Creeps: A Samuel Johnson Tale
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Laughing and crying and hilarious footnotes. John Connolly knows how to get it done.
Stone Mattress by Margaret Atwood
"What did I just step into? Hole-e-cow. Here’s a confession: STONE MATTRESS is my first Margaret Atwood reading experience. Allow me to pick my jaw off the floor and stop my tail wagging as I move on with this review. I’ll need your help at the end..." Read more of this review »
Crap Taxidermy by Kat Su

My dog is terrified of this book. He’s already nervous about getting older, but the arrival of CRAP TAXIDERMY and the movement of me pulling out the rubber gloves did nothing to cure his anxiety. Don’t worry, Buddy, I’m after that mouse in the hou..." Read more of this review »
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The Tinder Box by Minette Walters
The Tinder Box
by Minette Walters
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A brief treatise on prejudice and how quickly these feelings can escalate in a small community. In this case it's English and Irish but it could translate to anywhere. Well written (she's one of my favorites) and tightly suspenseful for just over 100...more
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The Case of the Man who Died Laughing by Tarquin Hall
The Case of the Man who Died Laughing
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A breath of fresh air in my reading. I'm usually knee deep in the British countryside or a London home. It's nice to visit Delhi and the unusual cases of Mr. Puri. Such wonderful descriptions not just of India or the people, but the food! I was saliv...more
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Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth

Craig Ferguson
“He was in awe of the thirst that people had for someone to tell them that everything was going to be all right. He marveled at the gullibility and vulnerability of his fellow humans. No wonder the churches called them sheep. They were woolly-headed pack animals being herded around for the benefit of whoever knew how to control the dogs.”
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Alan Bennett
“A bookshelf is as particular to its owner as are his or her clothes; a personality is stamped on a library just as a shoe is shaped by the foot."

[Baffled at a Bookcase (London Review of Books, Vol. 33 No. 15, 28 July 2011)]”
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Bill Hicks
“Here is my final point...About drugs, about alcohol, about pornography...What business is it of yours what I do, read, buy, see, or take into my body as long as I do not harm another human being on this planet? And for those who are having a little moral dilemma in your head about how to answer that question, I'll answer it for you. NONE of your fucking business. Take that to the bank, cash it, and go fucking on a vacation out of my life.”
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