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Posts Tagged ‘summer reading’


This past Christmas, I received the book Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever. The previous Christmas, I was given Killing Patton The Strange Death of World War II’s Most Audacious General. Both books are amazing!  They read like movies, no kidding! The weather is getting warmer, TV will start reruns, and streaming […]

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On my recent visit to the library, I came across a series of books and stories by P.G Wodehouse. P.G. Wodehouse created Jeeves, the valet/butler/servant to one Bertie Wooster (Bertram Wilberforce Wooster).  Jeeves has become one of the most familiar and enduring fictional characters in publishing history. Jeeves was first introduced to readers in 1915 […]

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As many readers of this blog know, I’m making more and more use of the local library. I recently finished reading  “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson.  It’s a terrific book! Now I’m working on “Eragon” by Christopher Paolini.  I’m also fitting in “Very Good, Jeeves” (the the Jeeves short stories by P.G. Wodehouse.) With all […]

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When I graduated from high school, my parents gave me a very nice graduation party.  Friends and relatives arrived and I received a lot of nice gifts and good wishes. One gift stood out, though.  Keresztapa (my mother’s Godfather.  Keresztapa means Godfather in Hungarian) gave me the complete set of Sherlock Holmes books by Sir Arthur […]

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