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ladiibbug 16 yrs ago | 1 replies
Her human is a Rastafaian guy whom we suspect of smoking a substanial amount of something that makes his eyes very red. He drives often drives around the neighborhood yelling out the window for his roaming dog, "Ladybug…

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago | 39 replies
This summer doesn't include a trip to the beach for me, and I'm longing for great reads to "take" me to the ocean. Any beach, any continent! Any genre except for romance. Thanks!

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
by Anita Shreve ... the one time I was actually angry at an author ... imho she took a unique idea and *wasted* it with her one-dimensional flat writing. I kept reading to the end waiting for it to get better ... never …

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago | 1 replies
> and a horrible sciencefiction author...... The Wash. Post newspaper called L. Ron "a hack science fiction writer" in a Tom Cruise article the other day, LOL!

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
I've wanted to read it but know nothing about it. TIA Teri aka ladiibbug




ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
by Patricia Highsmith! Cool, thanks, I'll look for them.

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago | 1 replies
is a short story collection high on my TBR. Alexander McCall Smith (author of No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency) has a new series set in Edinburgh. #1 is "The Sunday Philosophy Club", an Isabel (Eloise?) Dahlhousie mys…

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago | 1 replies
by Gish Jen? It's on my TBR. Thanks, ladiibbug

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
I made notes of your recommended titles. Thanks for your info :)

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
Hi Phantom, Thanks for the kind offer to send this book. I picked it up at the library and will post here when I get it read. Happy Reading!

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
"Salt: A World History" by Mark Kurlansky. Very entertaining and interesting.

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
Hi, I just finished The Devil in White City, a non-fiction account of the Chicago World's Fair (1893?), a sociopathic serial killer hiding behind the calm, kind facade of a local pharmacist ... and a delusional resident …

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago | 10 replies
Hi Everyone, I just read my first Iris Murdoch, her 1962 "A Severed Head", (*not* a horror book, why she titled it that I can't imagine!). Very enjoyable, reminded me of a more humorous, lighter book version of the m…

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago | 2 replies
Hello Gory Details ;-) I enjoyed reading your comments on "Vampires Anonymous" from two years ago...I'm a new B/Crosser and love my vampire novels ... I especially enjoyed your comparison of Andrew to the sociopath To…

ladiibbug 16 yrs ago
Hi! I just picked up #27 in that fun teen series Sat. at a library used book sale :) Alf. Hitchcock & the Three Investigators: The Mystery of the Dark Circle (? book not in front of me). I love Hitch, and it was fun t…

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