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Second Half of September: Featured Books

 

http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Black-and-White-and-Dead-All-Over/John-Darnton/e/9780307267528/?itm...

http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Pushing-Up-Daisies/Rosemary-Harris/e/9780312369675/?itm=2

 

 

Since we didn't get much response to the short stories last month, and since we're still featuring Elizabeth George for the first half of September, we're taking a different route this month.  I'm not giving up on the short stories, just taking a break from them.

 

So, for the second half of September we are going to feature two books:  Pushing Up Daisies by Rosemary Harris and new release Black and White and Dead All Over by John Darnton.

 

Rosemary visits this board pretty often so I'm hoping she'll be able to join us sometime this month.  These won't be listed as September Features but they will be featured in the upper right corner of this page starting on about September 16th.

 

Since we'll be talking about multiple books this month and next month, just pick and choose the ones you'd like to read and discuss.  I'll be curious to see which ones appeal to you!

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