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About to start Calvin Trillen's 40 Years of Funny Stuff. Ought to be great; I've never read (or heard) anything from him that wasn't great.

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thank you! Just finished Evening by Susan Minot. Took me a bit to get into it, but after several pages, it's a bit enthralling. The writing is almost poetic.

I have a stack of Anne Rice books I got several weeks ago at a garage sale (a neighbor actually) and maybe I'll start one of those. I usually have a couple books going.

Just finished copy-editing and editing a 449 page sci-fi/fantasy manuscript...hope it will do well. I love copy-editing.

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kat I pertty sure I read that book about three years ago,can;t remember at the monent what it is about,I read a lot of si fi,two or three a month...BS

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The life story of Gypsy Rose Lee

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Bump, in honor of Gina's return.

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Thanks M - I'll check it out.

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Barbarossa: The Russian-German Conflict, 1941-45 might be what you are looking for.

It covers both tactical and strategic for just about every battle of the eastern front.

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Hey PG - it's Mrs. L. Besides The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, which was very interesting and very well written, I haven't read anything else about WWII. I'm more into strategy than tactics, and I wouldn't be afraid of reading some big tome that describes it from soup to nuts. Thanks in advance for asking Trooper for a recommendation!

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Absolutely nothing.... It's offically hockey season.

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Mr Leeza, what would you like to read about for WWII? Tactics? Stories? History?

I haven't read any of them but parts of the one written about his grandfather. Trooper is the military history person in the house. Combat Commander by Harmon Patton a Genius for War by D' Estes are two of his favorites.

My books tend towards Erotic or Burlesque.

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