Friday, May 13, 2011

Books Read - May, 1999

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As I promised (threatened), here is yet another list of books I read in 1999, this particular list being for the month of May of that year, and except for one (I'll let you guess), all 'light' reading.
Lethal Practice - Peter Clement
The Prophetess -  Barbara Wood
Murder on the Silk Road - Stephanie Matteson
Murder at the Falls - Stephanie Matteson
Blind Descent- Nevada Barr
The Club Dumas -  Arturo Perez-Reverte
Days of Drums - Philip Shelby
The Monkey's Raincoat -  Robert Crais


All links are to Amazon.com, a company with which I have no association whatsoever beyond an occasional purchase for my personal library.

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8 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Pat, Glad Blogger is back... I lost my yesterday's Azaleas post. Had to republish it but lost all of the comments. AND--I lost another post that I had in the "hopper" for next week... Grrrrrr...

Great list of books. My mother loved to read--like you do. I never have had that interest much.
Hugs,
Betsy

Arkansas Patti said...

Like Betsy, I still don't have yesterdays post back but at least we are functional.
I read Blind Decent only out of your list. You certainly are an avid reader. I only read about a book a week but don't take that one book from me.

KleinsteMotte said...

Wow how smart to keep a list by year and month. Now can you tell me what you remember about each book. I have forgotten the details of some material I read back then. lol

NitWit1 said...

Your read far morethan I do with my Kindle. I am reading Pride and Prejudice. I read a little every day and not to fast.I have read the SHACK as nearly every one I know and several Max Lucado books. Also Jane Eyre.

I have really loved my return to reading now that I have no accumulation of dusty books and paperbacks to deal with.

May 31 having cataract surgery.Hubby had it a year or two ago. He says it is a snap. Nothing is a"snap" with me.

Suldog said...

Funny how vastly folk's tastes can differ. You didn't hit me with a single shot in this list. I suspect maybe I'd miss the target for you, too. But, then again, having said that, we seem to enjoy each other's writings, so that's nice!

George said...

I admire the reading you've done. Unfortunately I haven't done that much reading, although I do love to read.

rhymeswithplague said...

I take spells in reading, sometimes reading nothing for months and even years. I recently began reading again, and have just started Pat Conroy's Beach Music, which has been on my "want-to-take-a-look-at" list for a long time.

P.S. - I did not recognize a single title or author on your list!

rhymeswithplague said...

P.S. #2 - Maybe Mrs. RWP would recognize your list. She is the one in the household who loves mystery and suspense.