Outside of a Dog, a Book is Man's Best Friend (The Book Thread)

snoopy

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I just finished Nora Roberts “the collector”. It’s been awhile since I’ve read one of her books but I remember always being engaged in her books. I thought this one was a bit dull (with bad dialogue). I don’t think her writing changed but I wonder if entertainment like game of thrones and breaking bad has inured me to more traditional stories that don’t come with that blood rush. That would be a sign of the times. Everything has to be POW to keep our attention.
 

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Weird - I was looking at old skating pictures and a big post-it fell out - skating books. I must have looked them up online to find at the library, but I don't know if I ever read them. So,
Ice Crystals by Pamela Browning (Harlequin)
Death Spiral (Murder at the Winter Olympics) by Meredith Phillips
Winners: A Love Story by Donna Ball
Dreams of Gold by Maynard F. Thomson

There are five skating mysteries by Alina Adams that I do remember reading in the mid 2000's.
 

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