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Thanks for all the book suggestions, they sound great. I used to read Lisa Scottoline's female detective books religiously then like most authors, drop off my radar. Used to read Cornwell and Gerritsen etc but for whatever reason lost interest. It's been a struggle to read after going through those two books about Russell Williams. I think they kicked the stuffing out of me..
I've been so busy lately, just getting the newspaper read on the same day is a challenge!
Last week his wife filed documents in court, copy and paste:

It will be very interesting to see how all these lawsuits will work out. I can't imagine how she stays glued together while under so much scrutiny. I'm sure she can't go to the grocery store without people recognizing her and looking at her like she's a pariah.
This whole thing still freaks me out for lack of a better word! Just so awful and scary that someone like him was able to make his way as high up as he did with so much responsibility. I wonder how many others he scoped out while accessing personnel records at his desk.

I started reading Mellissa Fung's book about her kidnapping ordeal but given my mood, maybe I should bring it back to the library and pick up a good novel! I really want to read Rules of Civility. Anyhow, take care keep in touch and let me know if you come across any other excellent reads!
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