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Saturday, July 21, 2007

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

So I got my hands on a copy of this book this morning, and whadya know... DH has grabbed it and is reading it this very moment. We have to time slice the book...

Oh well, I do have other books to read. I'm about 3/4 way through A Place of Hiding by Elizabeth George.

And I have some other books queued up:

  • Snow Blind - PJ Tracy
  • A Certain Justice - PD James
  • One Good Turn - Kate Atkinson
  • Case Histories - Kate Atkinson
  • The Art of Detection - Laurie R King
  • The Winds of Change - Martha Grimes
  • Strange Affair - Peter Robinson
  • The Grave Tatoo - Val McDermid
  • The Tomb of a Golden Bird - Elizabeth Peters
  • What Came before He Shot Her - Elizabeth George


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Sarah-Hope said...

Aren't the Amelia peabody mysteries fun? i was so sorry Peters didn't come out with a new one this year.


hakucho said...

I know, I know the feeling...I have to wait for my two boys to read it first. Good patience lesson, right?

junior_goddess said...

And who will finish the book first at your house, Marie? Won't there be a little bit of "nanner-nanner, I know how it ended!" when the first one is done?

Hope it's you!

Libby said...

I got to page 17! LOL Had the da@% thing for a week and got to pg 17. Every time I go to pick it up one of the kids needs me. LOL


AllyB said...

Greetings! Just stopping by to say hello and thank you so much for the small arrows cloth pattern. I stitched it up in solid white cotton last week while on vacation and really like how it turned out. It was a good challenge and totally worth the effort! It's beautiful. Thank you for the inspiration.