Monthly Archives: July 2013

Silken Prey by John Sandford

Silken Prey is the 24th installment  in this “can’t put it down series” by John Sandford.  If you have not read any of these books you have a lot of books to read and enjoy at the beach this summer! … Continue reading

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Capital Punishment by Robert Wilson

Robert Wilson is a gifted writer and if you have not yet read any of his books your are missing some really good ones!  Starting with The Company of Strangers which is set in 1944 war torn Lisbon with a … Continue reading

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Megachange: The World in 2050 edited by John Andrews and D. Franklin

As a change of pace from the fiction that I usually read, I have been slowly working my way through Megachange: The World in 2050.  Every year The Economist puts out “The World in…” but Megachange jumps ahead to 2050 … Continue reading

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The Wife by Meg Wolitzer

After 40 years of marriage, Joan Castleman decides it is time to leave her husband and her marriage. She comes to this decision sitting next to her husband, Joe, in first class cabin of the airplane that is taking them … Continue reading

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