And I Just Did!

Well, I spent three days actually.

Been at home since Wednesday due to illness and I spent the time reading Espresso Tales (Alexander McCall Smith) and then the Heather Wells series (Meg Cabot).

Now we may differ on what a good book is ;) but I definitely enjoy the work of these two writers.

Also love Joseph Wambaugh, John Irving, Jeffrey Archer and don't forget, Agatha Christie. But it's those two above who are great to read when you're not feeling that well.

june1999 june1999
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2 Responses Mar 6, 2009

sorry you havent been feeling well-hugs

Joseph Wambaugh is one of mine when I want a book that is fun to read. John Sandford is another great "murder mystery” story tellers.<br />
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I like Dean Koontz for “scary” stores.<br />
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THE scariest and true historical book that I have ever read is “Hypatia of Alexandra’. Carl Sagon said that Hypatia’s horrible murder may have doomed the human race when her murder incited a riot that led to the burning of the Library of Alexandra, the loss of nearly all great knowledge to that time and then a thousand years of the dark ages.<br />
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I know of nothing scarier then this story. Have a nice day…DD