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Waiting on My Bookshelf

Six Wives: The Queens of Henry VIII — David Starkey
…..I started this one, but had to return it to the library before finishing. Excellent historical writing style!

Emma and Mansfield Park — Jane Austen
…..My go-to author when I get discouraged by unnecessary explicitness of contemporary fiction.

The Poseidon Adventure — Paul Gallico

Anna Karenina — Leo Tolstoy

Literally, The Best Language Book Ever: Annoying Words and Abused Phrases You Should Never Use Again — Paul Yeager

The Poisonwood Bible — Barbara Kingsolver

The Gold Coast — Nelson DeMille

Jane Eyre — Charlotte Bronte

Praise Habit — David Crowder
….Crowder is the front man for one of my favorites, David Crowder Band

The Host — Stephenie Meyer

The Great Thoughts — Compiled by George Seldes

The Three Miss Margarets — Louise Shaffer

Robert Mitchum “Baby I Don’t Care” — Lee Server

Out of Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength (Space Trilogy) — C.S. Lewis

The Great Divorce, Mere Christianity, The Four Loves and The Dark Tower and Other Stories — C.S. Lewis
Lewis’ work is another of my standby reads.

The Screwtape Letters — C.S. Lewis
I have read this one, but just acquired my own copy. Definitely worth another look!

My son owns copies and  is recommending I read the Harry Potter series as well as Tolkiens’ The Lord of the Rings triology.

Very Good, Jeeves  P.G. Wodehouse

Jimmy Stewart: A Biography”  Eliot

Master & Commander  Patrick O’Brien

By Myself & Then Some  Lauren Bacall

Marry Me  Wendy Goldberg & Betty Goodwin

Ginger: My Story  Ginger Rogers

Loretta Young: An Extraordinary Life  Joe Morella & Edward Z Epstein

Elizabeth  J. Randy Taraborrelli

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan  Lisa See

The Friday Night Knitting Club  Kate Jacobs

Duke: We’re Glad We Knew You  Herb Fagen

Island of the Blue Dolphin  Scott O’Dell

My Wicked, Wicked Ways  Errol Flynn

Tears of the Giraffe  Alexander McCall Smith

Cesar’s Way  Cesar Milan

All the Way: A Biography of Frank Sinatra  Michael Freedland

A Pig in a Poke

The Last Tycoon  F. Scott Fitzgerald

Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe  Fannie Flagg

The Winner Stands Alone  Paul Coelho

The Scarlet Letter  Nathaniel Hawthorne

Gregory Peck: A Biography  Gary Fishgall

The Story of Edgar Sawtelle  David Wroblewski

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo  Stieg Larsson

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