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posted a Quick Tip about all the light we cannot see. October 05
all the light we cannot see
When reading "All the Light we cannot see" the story jumps around from the past to the present. It would be helpful to write down the dates of the different parts so it reminds you where you are in the …
posted a Quick Tip about The Fifties. October 02
The Fifties
My favorite time and the best rock and roll music. Elvis, Fats Domino, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, need I say more?
posted a Quick Tip about Inside Man. September 04
Inside Man
Sam Capra is the hero of this novel and it appears that he's had previous adventures. It would probably be beneficial if the reader was to read the earlier books in this series. However, that is not essential. …
posted a Quick Tip about The Significance of St. Patrick and t.... September 01
The Significance of St. Patrick and the Holiday We Celebrate in His Honor
St. Patrick is the Apostle of Ireland.   One famous quote about him is:      May the Irish hills caress you   May her lakes and rivers bless you   May …
posted a Quick Tip about Swan Peak, James Lee Burke. September 01
Swan Peak, James Lee Burke
Not only excellent suspense but well developed characters and vivid descriptions.
posted a Quick Tip about Texasville. September 01
Texasville
It would add to the enjoyment of this book if the reader watched the movie before or after this book.
posted a Quick Tip about Ghosts in Manhattan. October 21, 2012
Ghosts in Manhattan
As someone in the financial area, this is an important story which brings out how far a company can fall, ethically.
posted a Quick Tip about Book Giveaways. October 16, 2012
Book Giveaways
Here are two giveaways at my blog:  http://mikedraperinguilford.blogspot.com    "Pierced" by Enger - where there will be three winners through Oct 19th, 2012  "Red …
posted a Quick Tip about Pierced. October 05, 2012
Pierced
Where "Pierced" is an excellent novel and could be read as a stand alone, it is a follow up to the author's "Burned."       Many of the characters are …
posted a Quick Tip about Edge of Dark Water. September 30, 2012
Edge of Dark Water
Along the trip down the Sabine River, the characters meet a family who have become hobos due to the Great Depression in Oklahoma. It would be good if the reader checked the history of this before reading …
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