Picky Reader – 20

For those of you who don’t know, Picky Reader blogs are my comments about books I’ve recently read.  Not reviews and not necessarily recommendations, but if I loved it, I’ll say so. A Crime in the Neighborhood by Suzanne Berne.  A young girl’s perception of events in her neighborhood and…

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Picky Reader – 18

Magnolia Wednesdays by Wendy Wax.  Gosh, there’s a lot going on in this novel.  Lots of sub-plots and characters.  All the characters seem to have something to hide.  Secrets, if you will.  I guess ultimately, that’s the theme of the book.  We all have this convenient ability to avoid the…

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Picky Reader – 17

Some more books I’ve read recently: Summer Blowout by Claire Cook.  Just a note to myself that I read it. Thirty-something divorced hairdresser interacts with quirky family members while reluctantly allowing Mr. Right to pursue her. Body Language by James W. Hall.  Here is an author I would read again. …

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Picky Reader – 16

Picky Reader’s recently read books:  Northern Lights by Nora Roberts.  How many books has Nora Roberts written?  A hundred?  A thousand?  So you expect her work to be good.  Great.  Although I’m not a fan of the shorter stuff she does for Harlequin or Silhouette or whoever it is she…

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Picky Reader – 15

God on a Harley by Joan Brady.  This is the second Joan Brady book I’ve read, and maybe ? it’s the first she had published.  It’s a short and simple spiritual fable.  Even if you’re fairly far along on your own spiritual journey, there might be some reminders for you…

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Picky Reader – 14

Rainwater by Sandra Brown.  Has Sandra Brown ever written a bad book?  If she has, I suppose they didn’t make it to publication.  Maybe she’s got a few trunk novels under her bed or hidden in a closet.  Sandra Brown is one of the few authors I will pick up…

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Picky Reader – 13

The End of an Error by Mameve Medwed.  If you’re a middle-aged woman who didn’t marry her first love and who’s ever wondered about the road not taken, this is the book for you.  I’m a bit surprised I finished this book, but I must have done so because I…

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