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Seems like this summer has been the time for me to re-read a lot of stuff. Just finished Rising Tide, about the great Mississippi River flood of 1927. One of the best-researched books I've ever read, well-written, and engaging.

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Leeza, it's a very well researched and clearly written book. I haven't read the mcClellan book. I always had the impression that he wasn't very plugged in to what was happening, and that he was just a namby pamby sort of mouthpiece.

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I have that book Fun - I guess if you're re-reading it, it's a good one? I'll have to get around to it. Did you read What Happened by Scott McClellan? I just finished an ARC, After Lyletown, very good, not what I expected. Also read The Templar Salvation - a fun, quick read. Currently reading The Long Dark Tea-time of the Soul (Douglas Adams).

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Some discussions in the political forums have prompted me to re-read The Price of Loyalty, about former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill's inside view of policy-making in the GW Bush administration.

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I've been looking and really considering getting a kindle or nook. I could use to read more, it's been awhile.

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Re-reading A River Runs Through It

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Starting Moby Duck this weekend. A lovely and looney friend sent it to me, so there's no telling how off the wall it might be.

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Still plodding through the Madison biography, all 700 long pages of it, and now will jump back and forth between it and a couple of ARCs I received, Crude Deception and Tomb of the Ten Thousand Dead. Leaving on a trip tomorrow, not sure what else I will throw in my bag.

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"The way to the superior man" by David Deida

This book will make most open minded people get the iwhole picture when it comes to men & women and or sexual desires. Easy to read and my personal night stand webster LOL.

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men are form mars and women are form way way out there but I still love them.....BS

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