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James Best
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Continuing with some newly rebooted characters from my days in college...
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Dave Phelps
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Just finished 4321 by Paul Auster. Mainly posting to celebrate the accomplishment because that sucker was LONG. An ending that I somewhat didn't care for, but also made me want to do it over again with my new knowledge.

Continuing the doorstop theme, started Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin.
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Now starting the final book in the Bernie Gunther mystery series, published posthumously earlier this year. Philip Kerr passed away in March 2018 but was able to complete this novel before losing his battle with cancer. I will really miss being able read his novels once this one is completed. I have about a dozen of his books in hardcover first edition in my permanent library. Great stuff.
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James Best
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Now going retro (1969) to sample some Stephen Ambrose. It has been almost two decades since I last read his stuff.
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I really dig "old school" fantasy and sci-fi covers.



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Once again, plunging through the entire Jeeves and Wooster series.
Rather than pull out the individual novels, some years ago I picked up
the five volume Jeeves omnibus. Just love it. Itís like a musical comedy
without the music.
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