What Are You Reading In 2019?

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    A good suspense page turner.

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    Having read 2 books in this series, it baffles me how 2 ex-Secret Service agents keep getting followed without them noticing it, as much as they do. Just sayin'.

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    Just finished up this one.....Really intriguing read.

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    Got my wish list and got Tom Coyne's latest..."A Course Called Scotland". A pure treat and must read for any golfer that has been fortunate or has hopes of playing the game where it was born. Special read to be read in small bites despite my desire to consume it at one setting.

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    I read Steven Coonts' "Fortunes of War", years ago, but I got interested in Clive Cussler's Dirk Pitt series and never came back to Coonts. I had to go on hold for another Baldacci book, so I thought I'd give this a try. Started it last night.

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    Started this one a couple days ago...Pretty solid so far. It's the 1st book in a trilogy.

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    Just finished "All Our Wrong Todays" by Elan Mastai. It was fine. The beginning was pretty rough but it improved. Better as a fun, speculative idea on the mechanics and consequences of time travel than as a novel, but still interesting enough that I enjoyed it.

    Also just getting started on "The Submerged State", a non-fiction book by Suzanne Mettler.

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