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[cdt-l] Good Reading



The DeLorme atlases for New Mexico and Arizona. Great reads! Never the same
story twice! Essential volumes for those who love the Southwest. So true!
Such suchness!

- blisterfree

----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard" <calliger@infolane.com>
To: <cdt-l@mailman.backcountry.net>; <cdt-l@mailman.backcountry.net>
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 11:58 PM
Subject: Re: [cdt-l] Good Reading


> Atlas Shrugged- great! one of first women competency in business..by Ayn
Rand,
> she went with Greenspan.
>
>
> Great-Trash reads:
>
> Anything by Clancy and Grisham
>
> Most any of the the Med drama books by Cook.
>
> Heavier:
>
> How Do You Know If You Really Are In Love- pop psychology...required
reading
> as per my girlfriend/fiance.
>
> Richard
>
>
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> At 08:40 PM 4/1/03 -0800, Jeffrey Zimmerman wrote:
> >On Tue, 01 Apr 2003 19:07:53 +0000, Ryan Christensen
> ><ca_radiance@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> I know its a  bit off the subject, but I am wondering what people are
> >> reading?  ...
> >
> >"Parts Unknown," Kevin Brennan, ISBN 0060012765, about loss and
redemption.
> > Man abandons family (sited here in Sonoma County) to live in desert,
> >returns decades later incognito and seeks connection.
> >
> >"Down to a Soundless Sea," Thomas Steinbeck (yes, John's son), ISBN
> >0345455762, a series of short stories and one novella, all tucked into a
> >single tidy volume.  Richly and fluidly written, sited in Big Sur area,
> >emotionally expressive.
> >
> >"1421:  The Year the Chinese Discovered America," Gavin Menzies, ISBN
> >0060537639, more a proposal than an assertion of scientific truth.
Still,
> >an intriguing new view of history, salted with greed and wisdom and
> >xenophobia and artifacts and about three dozen tantalizing "What ifs."
> >>From just where did Prince Henry the Navigator get those maps?
> >
> >"Blood of Victory," Alan Furst, ISBN 0375505741, hints of "Casablanca" in
> >the Balkins during World War II.  A film noir about fighting the Nazis.
> >
> >Well, SOMEone has to keep Amazon.Com afloat, why do you ask?
> >Unfortunately, all of these are in hardback, and a bit heavy for the
> >backpack.  But by summer, ahh, that'll be different.
> >
> >--
> >Jeffrey Neil Zimmerman
> >Sonoma County, California
> >
> >"I've seen your picture in the paper and wondered what you looked
like." --
> >THE AWFUL TRUTH (1937).
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