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The Late, Lamented Molly Marx – Quickie Review

The Late, Lamented Molly Marx by Sally Koslow Published:  2009 by Ballantine Books Source:  Purchased Reading Challenge:  2013 TBR Pile Challenge  Molly Marx died far too young under mysterious circumstances — was it really an accident or did she take … Continue reading

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January Reading List

Happy New Year everyone!  I hope that 2013 brings to you lots of wonderful books to read and plenty of spare time to curl up with them. I’ve avoided making any formal reading resolutions for the new year, but I … Continue reading

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Two More Reading Challenges!

Wishlist Challenge 2013 Hosted by Uniflame Creates, this challenge is to read 12 books that you want to read but don’t already have on your shelves.  My list: And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini (coming out in May – … Continue reading

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2013 TBR Pile Challenge

Once again….. my name is Suzanne and I am a bookaholic. I think the publishers are out to get me.  I have plenty of books, but I am easily distracted by the new and talked-about books that I learn about … Continue reading

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Books on France 2013 Reading Challenge

So let me make a New Year’s Resolution early:  I am going to complete reading challenges in 2013! And the first one I’m committing to is:  Books on France 2013 Reading Challenge.  Hosted at Words and Peace, this challenge asks … Continue reading

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