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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Revisit Old Friends

Revisit Old Friends:

I have decided I miss some of the characters I used to read. So I am going to revisit different series and books that I have already read. I miss Jill Churchill her series. I miss early Max and Annie Mysteries (I know Carolyn still writes but we wait a year inbetween), so this will help I want to Tim Meyers early series there are others Jonnie Jacobs had a great cozy series years ago and while I appeciate all the new books sometimes I miss the nasty neighbor or the guest from hell...etc....

Have you ever revisited old friends in a series? Maybe a series that no longer exsist or a friend in a series that is no longer there?

Like comfort food I want a comfort reading this month.




  1. I have occasionally re-read favorite books like the First Death On Demand book, or One for the Money by janet Evanovich. But the one I have re-read the most is the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams. It never fails to make me laugh.


  2. My comfort reads are the oldies, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Agatha Christie, Edmund Crispin, Catherine Air, etc. It's like visiting friends.