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“‘The Art of Manipulating Fabric’ by Colette Wolff. I love to sew, and I want to learn how to manipulate fabric.”

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“‘The Hindus: An Alternative History’ by Wendy Doniger. It’s a broad sweep of 50,000 years … she weaves in the popular history with the textural history. … It is extraordinarily well-written.”

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“‘If Death Ever Slept,’ by Rex Stout. It is a mystery series that combines the English manorial puzzle school, like Raymond Chandler, Agatha Christie mysteries, with the sort of two-fisted American detective novels of the ’50s, like Mickey Spillane.”

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“‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith. It is pretty much ‘Pride and Prejudice’ word for word, adding zombies. … It has illustrations.”


Deja Coffin 9 years, 1 month ago

The Final Solution by MIchael Chabon.... it's about a retired detective that is brought in the solve a case involving a parrot that spews out mysterious strings of memorized numbers. It's a really short suspenseful book, not bad.

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