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April 14, 2010



Sorry, I don't know any of these books. English books are hard to get here in Belgium.

Anthony North

Ah, James Randi. As a writer and researcher on the paranormal for the past quarter century, I just love an open mind :-)


If it's You Know Who's skeleton it will be quite an interesting angle. I'd like to get my hands on Flim Flam.

Hootin' Anni

No, I haven't read any of these, but the Book Thief sounds absolutely a must read if you ask me!! I too have a ton of books on my TBR list. Believe it or not, I'm reading two at a time right now.

My 13 is posted, I do hope you can stop by sometime if you have time today. It's 13 catch phrases I really like. Have a glorious Thursday!!


I'm not familiar with any of these books but I think I might like to read a few of them. Thanks for sharing. I love book TTs!


I haven't heard or read any of them, but MAN AND BOY sounds good!


I have read The Book Thief, which was fantastic, and Man and Boy, which was quite sweet, but not too memorable for me. Motherless Brooklyn is still on my "get someday" list. The Dumbest Generation sounds like fun.


I'm embarrassed at how behind I am on my reading. I did enjoy your cartoon below.

Have a great Thursday!


I recently read The Book Thief. It was quite good; a bit of a tear-jerker at times. Told from the point of view of "death," it was a fresh perspective on a heavy subject.


I thought that said Steve Martin but knew it didn't look like a book he would write. I pefer non-fiction at the moment.

Mary Quast

I haven't read any but recognize a few. I've heard Tony Parson's book was good. Maybe I'll add that to my TBR list.


I also haven't read any of these, but Mob Cops looks like something I would enjoy.


I must be backwards - I've been to Deadwood, SD several times & have read quite a bit of history on the place. I'm a bit of an Old West geek - maybe a side effect of growing up in the West - but after watching only 1 episode of "Deadwood", I stopped. My husband is still lobbying for me to give it another chance.

"The Book Thief" sounds excellent. I think I'm going to have to add that one to my ever-expanding list on Amazon UK - so far, that's the best resource I've found for getting English books in France (that I actually WANT to read).


Sorry, haven't read any of these, but The Spellman Files looks interesting.

Paige Tyler

I've never heard of any of those, but some of them look interesting!


My TT is at


I haven't read any of these but do give the Rick Mofina a try. I know his agent and she has excellent taste in books so I'm betting it's worth your time.

Moondancer Drake

I was struggling for a TT topic and I think soon I'm going to borrow your idea and do books. It's always fun to read about book I may or may not have read yet.

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