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Friday, May 24, 2013

Summer Reading Plans?


What are you summer reading plans?

I have been hooked on Midsomer Murder Movies for the past few years. Well I usually reading Carolyn Hart Books all summer. This summer I decided to read all the Caroline Graham (Inspector Barnaby) mysteries that I can get my hands on. I love the movies and want to see how they differ from the books.

Is there a book you are dying to read this summer or a series?

Yesterday evening I trekked to the library and picked up one of the Caroline Graham Books so I will start reading it by Monday.

Hugs,

Pam

2 comments:

  1. Nothing set in stone - but would like to read Under the Dome before the mini-series starts

    Terri

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  2. I'd like to hear what you think. I've tried to read Badger's Drift 4 different times and didn't like it, but I adore the series. Maybe if I read it now, after seeing the show it would help. I'm just trying to keep up with my group reads for 4 reading groups!

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