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Regnad Kcin

Lucky Bastard by S. G. Browne is a really funny book.  A lifelong fan of “noir”, I marveled at this clever story about a young man with the ability to steal other people’s luck simply by shaking their hand.  Along the … Continue reading

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La Vida y la Muerte

In the mid-80’s, a friend gave me a book by Isabel Allende called Eva Luna.  I liked the book so much that it is still on my bookcase along with my other favorites.  When I saw another book by the … Continue reading

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The High Seas

When God Was an Atheist Sailor by Burgess Cogill came to my attention thanks for the summer reading program at our library. I am grateful for the program each year as it introduces me to books in genres I never … Continue reading

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