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Harry S. Truman,’ by David Janssen. It’s a biography of his life. It’s a great slice of time in our history.”

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Atonement,’ by Ian McEwan. It’s a World War II-era tragic love story.”

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The Areas of My Expertise,’ by John Hodgman. It’s a fake almanac by a literary agent who is now a corespondent for ‘The Daily Show.’ It’s hilarious.”

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From Potter’s Field,’ by Patricia Cornwell. The main character is a medical examiner who has to discover how the victim died and who done it.”


ms_canada 11 years, 7 months ago

I picked up two new books from the Library. Both are on World Religions. I am reading the sections on Islam to further my knowledge of this strange religion. And no, I am certainly not thinking of becoming a Muslim. These are the sixth and seventh books I have read on the subject and each one only makes me love my God more and more. Christianity is a faith of love not the hatred that consumes some of the Muslims so that they will kill themselves along with many innocent bystanders.

bearded_gnome 11 years, 7 months ago

still reading "the sea of cortez: a leisurely journal." he speculates on how we know what we know, makes interesting observations. not a heavy book.

yes, MSC, our Christ, and His faith is centered on love and that is so often missed.

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