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    I have two books on the go at the moment. The first is "Kingdom of The Blind" by Louise Penny. It's the 14th book in the Gamache series. If you haven't discovered Louise Penny then you are in for a treat. She has been #1 on the New York Times list more times than I can remember. A suggestion, read her books in order of publication.

    My second book is "Fear", by Bob Woodward......... I think that's all I will say.

    Edit: Lets make this a year long thread, added that to the title/Al

    "He was loosely dressed, but tightly wound". Louise Penny.
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    A biography on Émile Zola.

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    I really enjoy those Gamache books by Louise Penny myself. Currently reading another mystery from a series I love, "Any Other Name" by Craig Johnson.

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    I just finishe Moby Dick (never had to read it in school, and glad about that! I wouldn’t have appreciated it then), and am moving on to another classic I never got around to; Don Quixote. I’m happy that I’ll be able to hopefully get more ideas where to go next from some of you guys on this thread.

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    Above the Timberline, by Gregory Manchess.

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
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    Scientific Protocols for Fire Investigations, 3rd ed. John Lentini

    For lighter reading ..... American Buffalo by Steven Rinella

    The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill: Defender of the Realm, 1940-1965 by William Manchester

    Ubi Ignis Est?
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    The Iliad, Robert Fagles' translation.

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    The Years Best Science Fiction: 31st Annual Edition

    After that I've got Chapterhouse: Dune and And On That Bombshell: Inside the Madness and Genius of Top Gear all cued up.

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    Tonight I'm reading an O. Henry collection paperback, but I keep glancing towards the Hornblower on my shelf. As for long term, I'm working on Carl Sandburg's Abraham Lincoln and constantly re-reading Hemingway's entire works.

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    Also constantly re-reading the Aubrey/Maturin series and Lonesome Dove by Larry Mcmurtry. On deck for this week are the remainder of Complete Works OF Poe which I'm half-way through, some early Faulkner sketches, The Military Dispatches of Arthur Wellesley the Duke of Wellington, Great Short Works of Herman Melville, and a few Richard Sharpe novels I haven't gotten to yet. My book consumption is like Jiminks tobacco rotation. If I didn't spend so much time reading, my post count would be at least 1,500 by now.

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    Mao: The Unknown Story by Jung Chang and John Halliday

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    https://www.amazon.com/Heads-You-Win-Jeffrey-Archer/dp/1250172500

    "Heads You Win", Jeffrey Archer. I was a fan of his "Clifton Chronicles" series that just wrapped in 2018. This new one wasn't as favorably received, but I'm enjoying it.

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    Recently finished the latest Alex Cross, Kirk McGavey and Jack Ryan Jr. Series.

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    My brother actually started a tradition this Christmas. I forget which exact country it is, but he said a Scandinavian country has a tradition of a book for Christmas which is opened and read on Christmas Eve. I got The Terror by Dan Simmons which I'm reading right now. Love Dan Simmons' writing. Got into him with his novel Drood which was really good.

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    Fractured Emerald: Ireland
    The Point of It All
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    The Core by Peter V. Brett. Last in a series of 5 books.

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    I haven't read any yet this year, but I plan to read a few. Being a fantasy reader, I'm thinking about going back to what helped begin my love of the genre as a child, J.R.R. Tolkien. A few books over the last few years have been finished and published taking place in Middle Earth like The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings. I think it will be fun to read some old favorites along with them. I'm also a fan of Kristen Britain's Green Rider series and plan to get caught up with those books. Other than that, I've long wanted to re-read all the Shannara novels by Terry Brooks, as well as all those I've not yet read... partly to get the bad taste out of my mouth left by the tv series (season one was ok, but season two destroyed it). And I've always wanted to read the Seeker novels by Terry Goodkind. Add a few westerns and perhaps a sci-fi here and there, and I've a lot of reading to do this year.

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    Racing Through Paradise - A Pacific Passage
    William F. Buckley Jr.

    I tend to read a lot of sailing oriented books.

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    In addition to dead tree books I'm a huge fan of digital and audio books. I have all three of the above books that I listed in digital form, but the "fire" is both digital and dead wood.

    For audio books I have a huge selection of books to listen to while I'm doing windshield time.

    The current audio book is 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by Charles C. Mann

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    Finally got around to reading Neuromancer. Pretty dense, I must say.

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    Finishing "Confesiunile unui cafengiu" (The confessions of a 'coffee lover') by Gheorghe Florescu. Good book about a guy and his passion for coffee during Communist Romania. He learned to roast coffee from an Armenian who's father was the Official Coffee Master of the Otoman Sultan, pre world war 1.

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    Memoirs of a revolutionary Soldier by Joseph Plumb Martin.
    Its basicly a diary depicting the american war for independence from the view of one of its participants and the Author is realy tongue in cheeks sometimes.

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    Nostalgia, Anthony Esolen.
    The Lord of the Rings, Tolkien
    The Everlasting Man, Chesterton
    The Inferno, Esolen translation.
    1917, Solzhenitsyn
    Tristram Shandy

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    The Time of Laughter by Corey Ford.
    The Years With Ross by James Thurber.

    Love Me, Love My Pipe
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    Just started the first of a 5 volume set by Joseph Frank analysing the life and works of Dostoevsky.

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    @loredofthepiperings: You may be thinking of the Icelandic Jolabokaflod or Yule Book Flood.
    which you can read about here:
    https://www.rd.com/culture/iceland-christmas-book-flood/
    It is a wonderful idea.

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    I am enjoying The Decline and Fall of the British Aristocracy by David Cannadine.

    It is both erudite and witty.

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    Just finished "The Long Loneliness" by Dorothy Day. Debating on which to read next: Tolstoy's "The Kingdom of God Is Within You," Endo's "Silence," or Hugo's "Les Miserables."

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    Just finished Hemingway's "A Movable Feast". Picked up "Crazy Rich Asians" from the library, and after about 50 pages I'm still on the fence about it.

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    "Creation and the Cross" by Elizabeth Johnson

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    It depends. If I'm out smoking my pipe, my current book is the Complete Fiction of HP Lovecraft.

    When I'm just inside, I'm rereading the entirety of the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. First time through it took me about 2 years, since the last book wasn't released at the time. I'm on track to beat that record by about 1 month right now

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    It was a long wait - about 16 years - but finally Gary Giddins released the second volume of his Bing Crosby biography: Bing Crosby Swinging on a Star: The War Years 1940-1946. Great book!

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    I started reading Barth’s Sot-Weed Factor last week. It has a lot of mention of 18thc pupe smoking, but the humor is so dry that I struggle to stay hydrated while reading it.

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    but the humor is so dry that I struggle to stay hydrated while reading it.

    Just cover yourself with a damp paper towel for a few hours.

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    It has a lot of mention of 18thc pupe smoking

    An unenviable activity regardless of the century.

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    Currently reading Might as Well Be Dead by Rex Stout, and The Dream of Enlightenment: The Rise of Modern Philosophy
    by Anthony Gottlieb

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    Currently a third of the way into Grant, by Ron Chernow. Also rereading The First World War by John Keegan.

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    Currently on book 2 of The Coldfire Trilogy, Its called When True Night Falls, it by C.S Friendman. Frist stuff I've read by her, the 1st book "Blacksun Rising" was great and this is good so far about halfway done. I totally recommend this series if scifi/fantasy is your thing.

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    It has a lot of mention of 18thc pupe smoking

    An unenviable activity regardless of the century.

    Indeed...

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    As I stated in an earlier post, I've been reading Bing Crosby: Swinging on a Star The War Years: 1940-1946 by Gary Giddins. If you have any interest in Bing, you should get this book and Giddins' first volume on Bing, which covers his life from 1903-1940. Very detailed and Giddins shows how Bing influenced and was influenced by the culture of his times. I'm close to finishing the book and Giddins has me wishing the next volume was out already.

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    Just finished The Day the a World Came to Town

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    Just finished The Bandidos Massacre by Peter Edwards.

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    Trinity by Leon Uris

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    Sherlock Homes, the complete works.

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    I'm currently trying to find something to read. I'm contemplating re-reading The Dragon Bone Chair, by Tad Williams. It's been many years since I read that one, but to this day I consider it one of the best Fantasy series I've ever read.

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    Ant, you should check out "Something Wicked This Way Comes" by Ray Bradbury. It combines fantasy and horror.

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    Recently finished “Beneath a Scarlet Sky: A Novel” by Mark Sullivan. A true life WW II story set in Milan, Italy.

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    The Jack Kirby Collector issue 75. This book length magazine deals with what Jack Kirby and Stan Lee had to say in chronological order about the creations and creative processes that went into forming the Marvel Universe. A few portions of my artist biographies are included in the book.

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    The Kings Assassin by Angus Donald .

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    Ant, you should check out "Something Wicked This Way Comes" by Ray Bradbury. It combines fantasy and horror.

    Our very own member Sablebrush did artwork on this movie, so watch the movie after the book!

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    Just started the “Complete Sherlock Holmes” based on a recent thread here.

    Also “In Search of Pipe Dreams”

    "May my last breath be drawn through a pipe, and exhaled in a jest." Charles Lamb
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    Our very own member Sablebrush did artwork on this movie,
    One of these days, I wish he'd compile a list of all the shows, cartoons, movies, etc., that he's done work for. It would be great to check them out. I recall he showed off a few some time ago. Jim too! As a kid I dreamed of being a comic book artist. I wish I had continued to pursue that.

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    The Bible.

    Faugh a Ballagh
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    One of these days, I wish he'd compile a list of all the shows, cartoons, movies, etc., that he's done work for. It would be great to check them out.

    His work is on IMDB -- Search for Jesse Silver

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    His work is on IMDB -- Search for Jesse Silver
    Huh... I never thought of that!

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    Working on Dark Lady's Chosen out of the Chronicles of the Necromancer series by Gail Z. Martin.

    "If you can't send money, send tobacco." - George Washington

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    The Crucifixion by Fleming Rutedge
    Living Life Backwards by David Gibson

    Got these using Amazon's Great on Kindle discounts so I've just started into them.

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    I just finished reading Leif Enger's new book, Virgil Wanderer. He is one of my favorite living authors, because he knows how to capture engaging dialogue. Plus, there is pipe-smoking Norwegian that keeps popping up in the story.

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    Mrs. Lawdawg is a literature aficionado and used to work part-time in publishing, so I am lucky to have access to her knowledge about who the current renowned writers are in the literary world. She keeps tabs on it, and all I have to do is ask.

    I just finished "The Secret History" by Donna Tartt and really enjoyed it. It's basically a murder drama / Greek-style tragedy set at a small private New England college, and the main characters are a handful of students who are, not coincidentally I believe, studying ancient Greek.

    Tartt recently won a Pulitzer for her newest novel, "The Goldfinch" which I have not read but Mrs. Lawdawg did and spoke highly of it.

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    lawdog - I read "The Goldfinch" and enjoyed it quite a bit. There are some very memorable characters in that book.

    I'm currently reading "The Name of the Rose" by Umberto Eco.

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    I also enjoyed "The Goldfinch" and will have to check out The Secret History.

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    Ooh, I loved The Secret History when I read it a few years back. Good choice.

    Oh, I'm reading the unabridged Ivanhoe. And yes, I am a bit of a masochist.

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    A Wizard A True Star - Todd Rundgren in the Studio.

    And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl proved the strongest man at last
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    I just finished "Not Quite Dead Enough" by Rex Stout, for discussion in the Nero Wolfe group to which I belong. We are reading the entire Corpus in order.
    I am now re-reading "The Man With The Twisted Lip" for the Sherlock Holmes group to which I belong.
    And, working my way through The Pipe: A Functional Work Of Art by Justin Hummerston and Morton Ehrhorn, an incredibly beautiful book.

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    Just finished "To Hell And Back" - Audie Murphy. It's an amazing story.

    The Bible is still an ongoing study.

    Dave "Black Frigate Stowaway"
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    American Wolf by Nate Blakeslee.

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    The Rediscovery of Man: The Complete Short Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith

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    The complete collection of Sherlock Holmes. I've had it for a while and finally started reading it. Next will be the 7th book in Robert Parker's western series.

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    Finished Trinity by Leon Uris and now starting Hillbilly Elegy by JD Vance

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