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2020-07-08 10:30
Danny Conroy may be the first-person narrator of this book (I’m always little thrown off by male first-person narrators of books penned by female authors), but the house in the title c… Read More
2020-07-05 20:55
This book was such a delight that it made me want to downgrade all the other books I’ve read lately.  It also made me want to hug my loved ones as close to me as possible.  … Read More
2020-07-01 10:30
I’m not sure which is worse—living through a pandemic where you could die or one in which everyone goes blind.  Well, almost everyone.  One character claims to be blind… Read More
2020-06-28 21:56
Almost everyone in the world has died from radiation poisoning after a massive nuclear war.  Pockets of people still remain in the Southern Hemisphere, but the cloud of radiation is com… Read More
2020-06-24 10:30
Hiro is a young seaman, half Japanese and half American, who dives overboard near the coast of a Georgia island.  A tony writer’s retreat on the island becomes his safe haven for… Read More
2020-06-17 10:30
Someone has murdered an elderly Swedish farmer in a most grisly fashion, and his wife is hanging on by a thread after having had a noose tightened around her neck.  The only word she ca… Read More
2020-06-10 10:30
At first I thought this book was just about gambling—obsession with gambling, gambling in secret, guilt over gambling, and passing judgment on gambling.  However, about halfway th… Read More
2020-06-03 10:30
I certainly hope this book is semi-autobiographical, because it has no plot.  It’s the story of Francie Nolan’s childhood in the early 20th century.  Her father drinks… Read More
2020-05-27 10:30
The friend in the title could be a Great Dane named Apollo, or it could be the narrator’s writer friend—a man who has recently committed suicide.  The dog belonged to the wr… Read More
2020-05-20 10:30
Now seemed like a good time to read a really long book, and I’m so glad I chose this one.  I laughed, I cried, and I lay in bed thinking about it even after I had put it down for… Read More

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