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Currently readingBernard of Clairvaux: Sermons on the Songs of Songs vol 4 (Cistercian Fathers) by Bernard of Clairvaux
Ursule Mirouet by Honore de Balzac
Rabble in Arms by Kenneth Roberts
The Essays of Elia by Charles Lamb
Jesus Among Other Gods: The Absolute Claims of the Christian Message by Ravi Zacharias
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I think I'll go with Thus Was Adonis Murdered. I've been wanting to read Sarah Caudwell for ages and her books just keep getting pushed farther down in the TBR pile. Thanks!
Thanks Beth! Do you see anything else in my To Read collection you would pickmfor me to read in addition to the ones I listed? i'm hoping to read all of the books on the list next month, plus whatever you pick for me.
Hi! I wonder if you'd be willing to pick a book for me to read in September for my "draft day" category. Anything in my "to read" collection is fair game. I have a few TBRs already on my list for September:

The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng
The Tale of Hill Top Farm by Susan Wittig Albert
The Devil's Bones by Jefferson Bass
The Snake, the Crocodile, and the Dog by Elizabeth Peters
How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny
The Lost Luggage Porter by Andrew Martin
At the Villa Rose by A. E. W. Mason
Yes, still in Rhode Island as far as I know. It sure is a small world! I got a grand tour of the library when he worked there, and I've been back once or twice since then for research in the Indiana Room.
Hi, Beth

I read your message about "A Christmas Tree for Lydia". I've been doing a little research. You can find the story in a Scholastic paperback titled TEN TALES OF CHRISTMAS. It was published in 1988 and I believe it is out of print (though I saw it listed at a couple of sites where used or remaindered books are sold).

I'm not sure when I first heard the story -- I believe a teacher read it to us in school back in the 1950s. Many years later I heard actress Marian Seldes reading it to a group of children on the Today show on Christmas morning. I'm not sure where the copy that I have came from -- I suppose I found it in the library and made a copy of it.

I'm looking at the books you and I have in common . . . I see Langton's Homer Kelly series -- I need to reread those one of these days. And, of course, the Nero Wolfe series. Something else I need to read again -- before my old tattered copies come apart completely.

I hope you are able to find a copy of Enright's story -- I think you would like it.


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