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  1. I wanted to recommend this book, especially for anyone who has ever wanted to buy a boat and set sail, cancel everything, if you will. That's everyone, right? Anyway, it's one of my favorites and wa
  2. Terrorist by John Updike
  3. I just completed this book and was captivated by it's tone and conversationally written story. For a father it's exceptionally moving but it's observations and style should be felt by everyone fortuna
  4. "Home by Another Way"....
  5. Colorado flights canceled as storm nears
  6. Book List 2006
  7. a book for Fred
  8. Just finished "for one more day" by Mitch Albon. Author of Tuesdays with Morrie and The Five People You Meet in Heaven. You can read it in one morning or one afternoon. Its a beautiful story. I rea
  9. This is not actually a "beach read" but it is a powerful book. Have never read anything by her before, but will read more. The "19 minutes" is the time it takes a kid to kill 10 and wound many more
  10. Having just returned from 3 glorious weeks I had plenty of time to get through some of my book pile which I save specifically for SBH. Adam Gopnick, Through the Children's Gate A good read about the
  11. I don't read much on vacation because I read about a bejillion pages at home. But if I did, this would make my Short List
  12. Just read Hosseini's (of Kiterunner fame) newest book. A great read...read it in in one day, my first summer reading book after the school year ended. The story is set in Afghnaistan over 3 decades an
  13. only had time for two books this past trip....I had to read The Secret simply because the book is FLYING out of my store and customers all want ot talk about it....yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn...same s**t that
  14. After reading "Nineteen Minutes" I took MikeR's recommendations and read "Salem Falls" and "My Sister's Keeper." Both good reads -- "Salem Falls" was a lot easier on the emotions! The range of emoti
  15. Crisis
  16. What Ails the Short Story, Stephen King The American short story is alive and well.Do you like the sound of that? Me too. I only wish it were actually true. The art form is still alive
  17. JEK's 1st computer was a
  18. The End of America
  19. Kindle
  20. Seriously one of the most engrossing books I've ever read. It is one of those books that will make you annoy everyone around you because you will constantly be reading aloud from it. (More accuratel
  21. Here is a list of the books I'm taking for me. If anyone has read any of them, I'd like your opinion:The Kite RunnerHome by Another Way (no opinions necessary - I know this will be a fun read)An Emb
  22. for Deb Tor
  23. new Buffett Book
  24. Read Ken Follett's Pillars of the Earth in St. Barts and now halfway through his sequel (written 20 years later, set in period 200 years later) World Without End. Great historical novels that tell so
  25. Here are a few of my recent reads that I particularly enjoyed.Non FictionInside Inside, James LiptonThis book by an amazing (even if some find annoying) interviewer from Inside the Actor's Studio inte
  26. Beautiful Swimmers...
  27. A Salty Piece of Land
  28. for you "Omnivore Dilemma", "In Defense of Food" fans.....I got a new one in today that looks interesting enough to make my St Barts reading listhttp://search.barnesandnoble.com/Animal-Vegetable-Mirac
  29. 2 good books
  30. Now out in paperback, grabbed it Friday. Even I had forgotten some of the bands he played in...so far, interesting look at his life, addictions, loves, etc etc...
  31. The Whole Truth, David Baldacci
  32. CHILD 44
  33. all excellent but very different books The Glass Castle....very compelling story Garden of Last Days....a real winner...great storyline..good characters I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell...this book,
  34. looks like its starting upgot this in today at the shop...and boy does it look interestinghttp://search.barnesandnoble.com/Angler/Barton-Gellman/e/9781594201868/?itm=2
  35. ...by Nelson Demille.I have read a number of his books, but this one is one of my all time favorites and I have just finished reading it for the third time since it was published in 1990. My re-readi
  36. Well, I couldn't wait so I just called a local B&N and reserved my copy. It releases Oct 28th, while I am on island, and they will hold it for me until I return.
  37. What a charming little book that tells of the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands during WWII and how the natives managed with no communication from the outside world. Well, a few had wireless radi
  38. I'm just about finished with "Moscow Rules" by Daniel Silva and really enjoy it. Any other Silva fans? I'd like to read some of his other books. Any recs?
  39. The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
  40. I enjoy reading Richard Russo's well written tales of life in upstate NY. I loved EMPIRE FALLS and RISK POOL and have begun his latest,Bridge of Sighs.
  41. I don't know about reading this on the beach(although I wish thats where I was)....but I could not put this book down. Its by Garth Stein....and Having an old dog, just made it all the more poigniant.
  42. GATE HOUSE Redux!
  43. Planning Ahead
  44. A CLASSIC
  45. Brought down 3 books by this celebrated author who sets most of his stories in Louisiana-New Orleans and the bayou country. Burke has won not one but 2 Edgars-(the Pulitzer for mystery writers) and I
  46. Amazon
  47. Grisham's newest will be enjoyed by Grisham fans, but it's really not that good. I am one of the Grisham fans (I've read them all) so I enjoyed 95% of it -- it's that ending that just doesn't fly. I
  48. Today I picked up a few books for March, Yes, the Grisham ASSOCIATE and Patterson RUN FOR YOUR LIFE for Phil and to share BOCA KNIGHTS and on sale for Amy LEARNING TO KILL stories from the recently de
  49. Nelson DeMille is Coming to my local book emporium
  50. A Rotten Person Travels the Caribbean...
  51. THE HOUR I FIRST BELIEVED
  52. updated list
  53. For those of you who enjoy this Irish writer's work, she is back and in good form in HEART & SOUL. Interconnecting stories about people who work at a Heart Clinic. We also get to revisit old chara
  54. this weeks list
  55. I am heading out to the Nelson DeMille reading/signing. So this is my last post from amyb for a while. You can catch lucky me and Phil too at phil62-our on island forum address. Be kind to each other
  56. I have to thank you Mike for suggesting this read by Robert Benson. After dinner at Andy's I began it because the font is large and my other book's font is tiny. And I did have his new powerful rhum.
  57. I am treating myself to a love story on our anniversary day on the beach! A
  58. Jimmy Buffett's
  59. Vince Flynn
  60. Here is another good spy caper for author Daniel Silva's hero, Gabriel Allon. This story involves Islamic terrorists in London, Amsterdam, and Denmark. This latest held my interest even as big 100 fo
  61. yeah for the little guy!!!
  62. THE OTHER QUEEN
  63. As the weekend drama unfolded I kept wishing that John Carr,(Oliver Stone), Mitch Rapp or Jack Reacher would only show up! They sort of did and I love the happy ending for Captain Phillips! The Bainb
  64. By the author of The Kite Runner, this is another fantastic read. The quote from the NYT says it best, "A Thousand Splended Suns is an ambitious work. Once again the setting is Afahanistan, but thi
  65. Nelson DeMille
  66. Just finished this. Probably more for the ladies, but it's a good one! True story of the author's 1 year travels and self-exploration across Italy, India, and Indonesia.
  67. Reading Event Tonight in Maryland
  68. ok sports fans...now that we are busy again...the list is back: Women Testimony - Anita Shrieve Vision in White - Nora Roberts Certain Girls - Jennifer Weiner Just Breath - Susan Wiggs Resi
  69. Summer reading season is getting ready to heat up 12:00 AM CDT on Monday, May 25, 2009 By JOY TIPPING / The Dallas Morning News jtipping@dallanews.com It's not Christmas, but it certain
  70. ok readers and lovers of books..I need input..I am completely rebuilding, retooling, and going a little upscale with my websites and part of that process is getting new cover pages/logos etc...this i
  71. I have to share the titles of four new books from 4 of my favorite authors that will be out this summer. James Lee Burke-RAIN GODS. Carlos Ruiz Zafon who wrote THE SHADOW OF THE WIND has a new
  72. SARAH'S KEY
  73. By Michael Connelly Meh. Pretty good but I feel like he missed an opportunity to make it better. I won't say why in case others are reading or plan on reading. Just started Gone Tommorow
  74. IPSWICH, Mass., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Six books from Massachusetts-based independent publisher Oceanview Publishing have been named winners of the 2009 Indie Excellence(R) Awards. An annual awards
  75. MikeR-You were so right. Cool, rainy weather kept me indoors yesterday so I curled up with Eric Behm's THE LAST SEASON. What a great read about a park ranger who vanishes in the High Sierras. Th
  76. Columbine
  77. The Girl With the Dragon Tatoo
  78. THE ASSOCIATE by John Grisham
  79. MAISIE DOBBS by Jacqueline Winspear
  80. » Frank McCourt Gravely Ill, Brother Says By HILLEL ITALIE, AP NEW YORK (July 16) - Frank McCourt is gravely ill with meningitis and is unlikely to survive, the author's brother said Thursday.
  81. whats hot...
  82. My next book
  83. Just finished the second book by Stieg Larsson. I won't give away the plot but if you've read & enjoyed "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo", you'll be increasingly drawn into the story of Lisbeth S
  84. is officially the hottest selling book of the summer - in my shop at least
  85. Curious George....
  86. Finished it yesterday, on the beach, all choked up. Must read, if you love dogs. Enzo, the pooch, is a wonderful character.
  87. After 48 Years, Julia Child Has a Big Best Seller, Butter and All By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD Published: August 23, 2009 Almost 48 years after it was first published, “Mastering the Art of Fren
  88. The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest
  89. SOUTH OF BROAD
  90. This novel's narrator is a 50 year old Harvard Professor who is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimers. It is her story, told by her, as she follows her decline. POWERFUL, I could not put it down.
  91. Fasten Your Seat Belts, There’s More Code to Crack By JANET MASLIN Published: September 13, 2009 One of the theories espoused by Dan Brown’s new book is that when many people share the sa
  92. I just finished this first book in a new mystery series by Alan Bradley. Set in the 1950's in a small village in the British countryside, the story is told by Flavia de Luce. a precocious 11 year old
  93. THE HELP by Kathryn Stockett
  94. TRIAL by Alex Cross by James Patterson
  95. 2 good ones...
  96. Prep
  97. just got this in..it looks good...it might jump to the top of my pile
  98. Reading the Rain Gods. I forgot how good Burke is. Reminds me of Elmore. Good use of words and character building. About a old sheriff in Texas near the Mexico border who investigates the wholesale m
  99. Might be fun on the beach....
  100. OLIVE KITTERIDGE
  101. cat lovers book
  102. Good book sources
  103. It's not a disease- she is an Icelandic writer and I just finished My Soul To Take. Excellent story, fine writing and interesting background of Iceland. It's translated from the original and not by t
  104. by Norman Ollestad wow!....thats all I can say......wow!
  105. THE MIDNIGHT BAND OF MERCY
  106. Bad Blood
  107. Handle With Care
  108. Finished my plane, airport book this afternoon as I chilled out on my first day at the villa. This is a chilling story about Irish folk in Boston, and Ireland, with the cooperation of The Church.
  109. Do you agree? http://twurl.nl/bs4upy
  110. Really, really weak. This is the first Patterson book I have read in awhile and it will be the last for awhile. The plot is not believeable, the characters are thinly drawn and it just does not mak
  111. Another in the Mitch Rapp series. Excellent writing, pretty-much constant tension and a plausible story. I love Flynn's technique, but his moralizing has gotten old. Mitch Rapp believes he has the
  112. these two are hot right now...
  113. in my shop only..your mileage may vary 1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 2. Da Vinci Code 3. Twilight 4. Kite Runner 5. Water for Elephants 6. My Sisters Keeper 7. Middlesex 8. Atone
  114. JANUARY 3, 2010, 10:00 AM ET What 2010 Will Be Like: Conversations With Your E-Book (Essay) Wall Street Journal What will 2010 bring in the way of culture, media, world events, economic matter
  115. Michael Pollan Offers 64 Ways to Eat Food
  116. The Help
  117. Robert B. Parker, RIP
  118. The Reliable Wife.... The Help..... Are You There Vodka>? It Me - Chelsea..... The Girl with the Dragon thingy.....
  119. What a great read about an ordinary Texas boy who spent his entire life preparing for three minutes over and in the Hudson. Finished it tonight.
  120. I finally had a chance to read the book JEK brought me while I was in the hospital. The Widow Clicquot is a fascinating book about the woman behind the champagne. At a time when women were not in t
  121. Willie Mays...the Life, the Legend
  122. got this in today and it will be one of my featured books, until further notice....its the least I can do for my country and its non partisan......perfect http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Wingnut
  123. the new one "House Rules" is out today...just got it in...looks like a typical Picoult book, which I have come to love reading as usual...a compelling storyline
  124. I see that I never posted this book that was one of two I thoroughly enjoyed on my January trip. It is a story told by a man who worked for the Mexican artist/muralist Diego Rivera and his wife Frid
  125. On Movies: Swedish actress a study in transformation By Steven Rea Inquirer Movie Columnist and Critic Lisbeth Salander, the seriously screwed-up heroine of Stieg Larsson's mega-best seller Th
  126. Tears in the Darkness
  127. just got this in and looks very good...Amy check this one out, I think you will like it
  128. I can't believe this book has been mentioned only one time on this board, and that back in 2004. A friend was reading it recently and wouldn't put it down, so I tried it. It is spellbinding. Maybe
  129. "A heart-wrenching but deeply funny and ultimately uplifting story of family, love, loyalty, and hope, The Art of Racing in the Rain is a beautifully crafted and captivating look at the wonders and a
  130. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Movie
  131. Icelandic Author
  132. Just added this to my library. Shackleton's Antarctic Expedition I was familiar wit
  133. Stieg Larsson is seen relaxing on a sail yacht with a glass of his favorite whiskey Cragganmore during an overnight stop in the archipelago of Stockholm, Sweden, in the 1990's. On Nov. 9, 20
  134. Maui Jim 2.50 readers
  135. Fans of James Lee Burke
  136. Kindle News
  137. A Captain's Duty : Somali Pirates, Navy Seals, and Dangerous Days at Sea
  138. THE RESERVE Russell Banks
  139. The Girl Who Played With Fire (Flickan som lekte med elden)
  140. Now on iTunes: The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo
  141. Bayou Farewell
  142. Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates
  143. To Kill A Mockingbird
  144. HOUSE RULES by Jodi Picoult
  145. A Confederacy of Dunces
  146. DOWN RIVER by John Hart
  147. The Road by Cormac McCarthy
  148. Seaworthy....
  149. THE LION by Nelson DeMIlle
  150. Women, Food, and God: An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything by Geneen Roth
  151. Depressing....
  152. The 10 best-paid authors in the world
  153. The Help
  154. Bestsellers
  155. The ABCs of E-Reading
  156. Summer Survey
  157. Christopher Hitchens on Stieg Larsson
  158. Freedom by Jonathan Franzen
  159. notable new releases..
  160. The Book behind HBO's Boardwalk
  161. Ken Follett's FALL OF GIANTS
  162. The 100 best first lines in a novel . . .
  163. The Last Man on the Mountain
  164. Authors Feel Pinch in Age of E-Books - WSJ.com
  165. Fall Of Giants
  166. amazon -- Best books of 2010 (so far)
  167. WW II Readings
  168. F O G-Fall of Giants
  169. Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
  170. THE SPIES OF WARSAW by Alan Furst
  171. A Book for Real Cooks
  172. Tinkers by Paul Harding
  173. THE ELEGANCE OF THE HEDGEHOG by Muriel Barbery
  174. M/M JEK declare TGWKTHN #1 of the 3
  175. National Book Award Winner
  176. Clean, Sweet Wind
  177. BBC booklist - how many have you read?
  178. From NPR: People are talking about these 5 books
  179. THE SPORTSWRITER by Richard Ford
  180. The Confession by John Grisham
  181. Two good ones....
  182. Kindle List???
  183. On Stieg Larsson
  184. NY Times Best 10 Books
  185. HARBOUR 2011 Magazine
  186. Stieg Larsson
  187. Roald Dahl
  188. the best laid plans......
  189. Snooki's Book deal...
  190. The Hurricane Book: A Sailing Captain's Memoirs
  191. The Three Weissmanns of Westport by Cathleen Schine
  192. Any Stephen Hunter Fans Here?
  193. They Were Amazoned
  194. new Jodi Picoult....
  195. Townie by Andre Dubus
  196. E book writer
  197. Jean Auel
  198. New Heading?
  199. Confession-John Grisham
  200. Mornings with Mailer: A Recollection of Friendship
  201. Sweet Life in Paris: Delicious Adventures in the World's Most Glorious
  202. HEAT LIGHTNING by John Sandford
  203. Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah
  204. Blood, Bones and Butter
  205. Allen on Gates
  206. cookbook...
  207. THE IMPERFECTIONISTS by Tom Rachman
  208. Blackwater by Jeremy Scahill
  209. 61 Hours by Lee Child
  210. Nelson DeMille??????
  211. ROOM by Emma Donaghue
  212. Why this season's most popular baby-shower gift has an obscene title
  213. Barbara Bush and the authors tonight
  214. THE IMMORTAL LIFE OF HENRIETTA LACKS
  215. Amazon Lists Top 20 Most Well-Read Cities in America
  216. LET THE GREAT WORLD SPIN by Colum McCann
  217. IN THE GARDEN OF BEASTS
  218. The Snowman
  219. Game of Thrones
  220. A Stolen Life: A Memoir - Dugard, Jaycee
  221. Jo Nesbo
  222. THE EYE OF THE LEOPARD Henning Mankell
  223. Cutting for Stone
  224. Jodi Picoult Fans?
  225. CUTTING FOR STONE
  226. The Help
  227. BOOKS to Movies or TV
  228. Reckles$ Endangerment
  229. This Beautiful Life
  230. Independent bookstores add a new chapter
  231. Nantucket author
  232. The Life and Death of Borders
  233. Jo Nesbo- redux
  234. Kindle's e-books come to community libraries
  235. The Night Circus
  236. Rules of Civility: A Novel
  237. WAR TRASH by Ha Jin
  238. Burke's Back!
  239. Simon & Schuster moves up publication of Steve Jobs biography to Oct. 24
  240. THE LOST SUMMER OF LOUISA MAY ALCOTT
  241. For the Romantics
  242. Water for Elephants
  243. BIRDS WITHOUT WINGS
  244. page 444 of 571 -- Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
  245. THE TIGER'S WIFE by Tea Obreht
  246. The Litigators -- John Grisham
  247. TGWTDT Daniel Craig version
  248. J. Edgar
  249. The Affair -- Lee Child
  250. Rescue Dogs of 9/11