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    Quote Originally Posted by gogodancer View Post
    The Birthday Party, Barbara Vine.
    The Brimstone Wedding is my favorite by Vine. As Ruth Renell, A Judgement in Stone is the best, imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    The Brimstone Wedding is my favorite by Vine. As Ruth Renell, A Judgement in Stone is the best, imo.
    Those are great books, too. I love all her books. And I just realized I called it The Birthday Party instead of The Birthday Present.

    Now I'm onto Returning to Earth by Jim Harrison. He's one of my favourite American writers.

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    ^^Lol, and I just realized I spelled "Rendell" wrong.

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    Just finished Undead and Unemployed.

    Hilarious. The protagonist is my favorite in a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    The Brimstone Wedding is my favorite by Vine. As Ruth Renell, A Judgement in Stone is the best, imo.

    Loved "A Judgement in Stone"
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    Reading V.C. Andrews' Flowers in the Attic.
    “What are you looking at, sugar-tits?” - Mel Gibson

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    ^^Wow that's an oldie but a goodie. I remember reading it as a child and being totally creeped out. Loved it!

    It was not unusual for me to read completely inappropriate material when I was a kid. I read The Exorcist when I was ten. (and slept with my mother for the next two years!)

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    When You Are Engulfed in Flames by Sedaris. Makes me lol as much as I did during Me Talk Pretty.
    "I ransacked his drawers when he left me by myself at his place for the first time. That's how we did it in the good old days. Tells me all I need to know about him. He pretends he didn't notice. That's how good relationships start." - Chilly Willy

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    Margaret Atwood: The Blind Assassin.
    Brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ariesallover View Post
    When You Are Engulfed in Flames by Sedaris. Makes me lol as much as I did during Me Talk Pretty.
    that's good to hear. i've been thinking of picking that up soon.


    i'm still reading eat pray love. though, i really like it, i haven't been reading it very quickly at all...the longest it's taken me to read a book in ages. i've also recently been rereading cunt and ina may's guide to childbirth.
    white, black, puerto rican/everybody just a freakin'/good times were rollin'.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandcastles View Post
    I just read the Madonna book by her brother. If you are looking for anything new you will not find it here. Totally white washed. Madonna is a stingy hard ass bitch. Surprise!
    I just finished this (Life With My Sister Madonna by Christopher Ciccone). I wasn't planning on reading it, but my sister lent it to me. No real shockers in it like Sandcastles said but I did enjoy reading about Madonna's glory days back in the late 80s/90s.

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    "Captured by Grace" David Jeremiah

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    Certain Girls - Jennifer Weiner
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    Gone by Jonathan Kellerman. I read The Sleeping Doll by Jeffery Deaver a few months ago, and Play Dirty by Sandra Brown. If a book is good, I can devour it in a matter of days. Especially over the weekend.

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    I'm planning on reading Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and Pride and Prejudice...
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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