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    I haven't read this in over 10 years... I went on a vacation from Patricia Cornwell; I'm more than ecstatic to be reading her kay scarpetta novels again. <3 If you're not into murder mystery type fiction, check out her take on the real jack the ripper- very intriguing true crime work


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    Karmic Astrology, The Moons Nodes and Reincarnation Volume 1 by Martin Schulman.

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    My beloved thread! Oh how I've missed thee.
    Currently: The Bedwetter by Sarah Silverman
    Up next: I Don't Care About Your Band by Julie Klausner

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    I'm going to re-read The Stand by Stephen King

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    Kafka's The Castle!

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    Batman Knightfall Book 2. The compilation of the entire run. Never read the entire run as a kid had multiple issues but they were out of order. It's nice to read this as a concise story after all these years.
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    Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain. He has to be related to Shangs. lol
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    Two of the best book Ive read lately are The Glass Castle: A Memoir by Jeannette Walls, lovely, heartbreaking, stays on point and Im definitely going to read it again in a few years; also, one I finished a couple of days ago All That Is by James Salter, I loved it to death, well written, stays on point just like the first one mentioned and I could say its the best thing Ive read in the last few years, simple yet satisfying.

    In contrast to these two, I finished 30 minutes ago How to Archer: The Ultimate Guide to Espionage, Style, Women, and Cocktails Ever Written. If you watched the show, its in the same style, but in words. Pretty funny, has some nice cocktail recipes in there, good to kill time.
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