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Use of Force by Brad Thor 4*
A dead terrorist washes ashore in Italy after trying to sneak into Europe in a boatload or refugees that sank in a storm. Terrorism is getting bolder and deadlier in Europe and America, so covert CIA ops are dispatched to trace this dead terrorist to the leaders and stop them by any means necessary because clearly something big and horrible is in the works. No need to do your aerobics on the day you read this book because it will keep your heart pumping as it breathlessly races from danger to danger. there was a weaker subplot about murder and back-stabbing among the CIA back in Virginia as a shift in leadership is about to occur, but it was boring and I skimmed over those parts.

A Death in the Family by James Agee 4*
The parts of this book that were in regular script were indeed a magnificent story about a death in the family and the mourners coming to grips with reality, and how this new reality and their religious beliefs, or lack thereof, can be reconciled. The non-italicized narrative was a deeply human and touching 5* book. Sadly, since the book was cobbled together posthumously from the author's notes, the book also included a lot of junk printed in italics that did not go with the flow of the story and their inclusion, instead of enhancing, diminished the book. I noticed that the positive reviews in Goodreads praised the former but ignored the latter, which so badly mutilated the flow of the narrative. A note in the beginning of the novel said that the editor had no idea where Agee intended to place this junk--I think I know, the trash can. The story is seen through the eyes of six-year-old Rufus. Sometimes he's a confused little kid and at other times an exceptionally mature narrator who explains his insights to us in a decidedly not-six-year-old voice, especially at the ending, a magnificent, profound ending, but hardly the cognitive processes of a little kid.


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The Singing Tree by Kate Seredy 3*
This sequel to The Good Master was better than the original, but I still did not enjoy it. Obnoxious Kate and all her idiotic squealing were more than I could bear. Although set in WWI, this was published 1939 as a pacifist message before WWII, which now appears naive and stupid because we know how well those attempts by pacifists to cater to and appease Hitler are going to work. Great illustrations, though.

The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith 3*
A supermodel's plunge from her high-rise balcony is ruled a suicide, but her brother hires a private investigator to check out info that doesn't add up that the police did not diligently pursue. I thought I was going to like this book more than I did. It started well, I liked private eye Strike and was wishing him success, and for most of the book I thought the mystery and suspense were being masterly developed...and then we got to that pitifully weak ending. I realize that the author was trying to give the mystery a surprise twist, but it really didn't work for me. It seemed a shame to spend so much time setting the stage for what amounted to a big flop.

One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus 4*
This murder mystery inspired by The Breakfast Club started with a cool idea and continued as an engrossing read. The title, however, isn't true--more than one is lying, which complicates arriving at the truth.

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The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury 4*
Eight boys out trick-or treating see their friend Pipkin snatched by Death. Mr. Mountshroud of the Halloween tree, hopes they can still ransom Pipkin from Death and leads them through the history of Halloween as they search for Pipkin and see how people from many cultures and ages tried to understand and cope with death. Each boy encounters some version of his own costume during their travels and glimpses of Pipkin, always beyond their reach, until they meet in Mexico. Will Death accept the ransom and allow Pipkin to return home to the living? When I started this little spook story I had no idea that it would turn into such an amazing, clever, and well-developed tale. It is a fast-moving quest with plenty of entertainment value and, if you chose, a lot of interesting points to ponder.
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Bloody Jack by Louis A. Meyer 5*
I found this tale of a London orphan girl, who hires on as a ship's boy to find three hots and a cot, to be an engrossing YA adventure....but not for too Y an A since the story of our young salt Jacky gets rather salty about the seamen's lusts and Jacky's need to hide her changing body as puberty overtakes her while at sea. Also, the author does not hesitate to kill off characters. Jacky is rarely out of danger, surviving plague, starvation, and slum criminals only to risk death at sea. Although it is often said she who was born to hang need never worry about being drowned, we are never sure that Jacky couldn't manage to find a way to do both. Altogether a most exciting tale that is hard to put down until the very end.

Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood 4*
This is a collection of six stories based on the author's life in Berlin from 1930 to 1933, often focusing, in a detached way like the camera he purports to be, on the decadence and decay of Berlin's people, politics, poverty, and entertainment, showing glimpses of what sad humanity remains behind the facades. The "based on" is where I have trouble with it. I would have preferred if he had kept it true, rather than as a hybrid that is neither here nor there. The middle four stories were heavy in character studies of people he knew, maybe, in Berlin and were sandwiched between two stories entitled "A Berlin Diary," which I personally found to be the best parts of the book. The last Berlin Diary sees the rise of the Nazis, and we know that this era of depravity and those people herein are soon to be swept away into an even more putrid sewer.



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The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory 3*
The story of the Boleyn family's involvement with the Court of Henry VIII is told by the elder daughter Mary, who for some odd reason the author decided to make the younger daughter--that should have been a warning that this Historical Harlequin would be historical fiction without the "historical." It might more accurately be titled Keeping up with the Boleyns or Real Housewives of Middlesex Shire. I can appreciate an author's attempts to breathe life, emotion, and humanity into history but making them stock soap opera characters just didn't do it for me. It also had anachronisms like the king threatening to send a courtier to the crusades 300 years after they were over and Mary quoting a line from Shakespeare 30 years before his birth. It is rambling and repetitious but still an entertaining piece of fiction, just nothing special.

A Fighting Man of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs 4*
I needed a book set on another planet for the Pop Sugar Challenge and found this one to be relatively highly rated on Goodreads. At first I could not imagine why since it initially seemed to be just a bunch of "same old" that has been recycled over and over in other Burroughs's novels, then he suddenly surprised me by working in some unique and original science fiction that takes the stale old stuff in new directions. The Barsoom Series is not a favorite of mine, but this was one of the better ones IMHO.

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Time Cat by Lloyd Alexander 5*
Such a delightful children's book--picture Peabody and Sherman, if Peabody was a cat and their time travels through history, although humorous, were played more for life lessons than comedy. Gareth the talking cat may not have the magic to provide Jason with nine lives, but he can provide him with nine time-travel adventures from 2700 BC Egypt to 1775 AD America, as field trips to teach Jason what he needs to grow into a better, wiser, kinder adult. This book has the feeling of being written by a cat-lover, for cat-lovers, who believes that everything you need to know about life you can learn from your cat. Surprise, cats were very much on the side of the American colonists in their struggle for independence.

The Rabbi's Cat by Joann Sfar 5*
This may be a marvelously illustrated graphic novel, but it is not a children's story. It is broken into three stories set in the family of a sweet Sephardic Jewish Rabbi in 1930's Algeria in which the cat ponders issues of philosophy, theology, and observations (not usually kind ones) of humanity. I found the first story, that introduces the characters and sets the stage, the sweetest, and the third story, where our heretofore sweet, understanding, compassionate Rabbi tags along on his daughter's honeymoon to Paris while in a jealous snit, rather poignant.

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The Summer of the Barshinskeys by Diane Pearson 4*
This was an unusual and almost extraordinary novel about the lifelong intertwining relationship of two neighboring families of early 20th Century farm workers--one with a hard-working, moral, respectable father and the other with an erratic, drunken, abusive one. The first segment of the book, as told by a little girl, was riveting, but the rest of the book did not always live up to its early promise. Not all of the characters were as well drawn and realistic as others. When long sections of the novel were centered around the weak, less realistic characters, the story became, well, weak and less realistic. The parts about the friendship of the two little girls and the estranged, neglected little Ivan made the book worthwhile.

Voices of Summer by Diane Pearson 5*
One of the author's later novels, this was more subtle and character driven--but what extraordinarily rich but flawed characters! A Viennese opera director, retiring to his vacation home in a mountain resort village, is talked into leading a local opera company headlined by another resident, an unemployable divo whose magnificent voice and good looks are eclipsed by his thorough rottenness and erratic behavior. They can make do with elderly has-beens and young novices in the background if they have quality leads, however, the jealous, cruel star drives off any female lead with enough talent to threaten his star-power. Now, no one will accept that opening, except an insecure middle-aged frump, trying for a come-back after over 20 years of obscurity. Thus springs an unusual and theatrical, operatic tale of love and hate in a quiet Alpine farming village.

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Severe Clear - Stuart Woods 3 stars

Another Stone Barrington book. Slow start but did have a bit more suspense than the latest ones I read. Want to see what comes next. Surprising that a few things that seemed obvious to me but overall a fun read.

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Camino Island - John Grisham 3.5*

The original manuscripts of F. Scott Fitzgerald are stolen from Princeton's library. John Grisham is a great story teller, but this one doesn't have the depth of some of his better works. Still it kept me entertained while trying to recover from my cold.

Ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you. - Oscar Wilde

The point of life is not to get anywhere - it is to notice that you are, and have always been, already there - Neale Donald Walsch

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Csardas by Diane Pearson 5*
This novel centers on two beautiful, wealthy, half-Jewish sisters and their suitors as WWI, the Depression, WWII, and the Communist take-over sweep across Hungary. The rhythms of this great sweeping saga are much like the passionate Csardas that I remember from my childhood. The men and women start separately, performing complicated steps, the men leaping like stags in a display of strength and prowess and the ladies, gracefully twirling, bedecked in their finest embroidery. The partners move together and join as couples into a joyous dance, but the music and dancing progressively increase in intensity, some must leave the floor while others manage to last to the end, and how often we are surprised by who will endure and who will not. And when the music stops, what of the weary couple who persevered to the end...love, maybe?
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Snowflower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See 4*
This novel follows the lives of two 19th century little Chinese girls from neighboring Hunan villages who are contracted as laotongs, a deep lifelong promise of friendship because they match in eight essential ways. On the plus side it contains lots of interesting stuff about women's lot in rural 19th century China, keen observations about human relationships, and beautiful prose. On the negative side it is as dismal as a foggy midnight in a miasmic swamp.

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Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate 4*
Sadly, this book was written in a split narrative, alternating annoyingly between two different stories, a style I usually hate, because I have yet to read one where both stories are equally good. If the two stories are unequal then the annoying part is every time the good story is interrupted with the less good story...in this case a really badly done story. So here we have a 5* story and characters, devastating in its content, emotion, and suspense alternating with a flat, trite, stale, 2* Harlequin romance with stock characters, implausible coincidences, and a bunch of "who cares" clap-trap about wedding planning, politics, and stereotypes of Southern mamas. Seriously, wouldn't this have been in every way a greater book if the author had ditched every bit about Mary Sue and Gary Stu...er, Avery and Trent.

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The Good Master by Kate Seredy 3*
This children's book is like a Hungarian "Little House..." in which Pop is trying to make Laura into a psychopathic serial killer. I fail to see the humor of adults neglecting to deal with a child's oppositional and mean behaviors that endanger others, although maybe kids might enjoy it. On the plus side, when the monstrous Kate almost kills herself after so many attempts to kill others, she eventually learns the hard way to become someone who bears a slight resemblance to a human being, so the last few chapters were good. Too bad that the adults didn't try to save Kate the grief by teaching her these important life lessons the easier and safer way. The illustrations were magnificent.

Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks 4*
Caleb's Crossing should have been titled Bethia's Bio. I expected a fascinating story about a real life Native American torn between two cultures, and although that was part of it and certainly the best part, the majority of the book was about the narrator, Bethia, whose story was just the same old "women had it so hard in patriarchal societies!" message churned out in thousands of books and Bethia's trite portion of the novel added nothing that raised it above the common lot. I might have enjoyed this book much more if I wasn't left feeling like the victim of a bait and switch scam. The author did appear to make an effort not to play fast and loose with what little is known about the real Caleb Cheeshahteaumuck, so she had to add a lot of filler. I just wish that the filler actually added something tastier to the meat.

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Family Tree - Barbara Delinsky 4 stars

The birth of a child brings past family histories to light and some interesting twists and turns.

Enjoyed reading and at the end wanted to know what came next.

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Lord John and the Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon 4*
I needed to find a book for the Popsugar Reading Challenge with an LGBTQ+ protagonist and was delighted to find this historical spy thriller/whodunnit to fill the bill. It proved to have a clever, well-developed plot and characters with clues popping up in a way that further muddied, rather than clarified, the solution whenever Lord John thought he was on the right track. Meanwhile, Lord John was troubled by a pressing personal matter, little realizing that it was intimately involved in his murder/espionage investigation. However, it committed one of my pet peeves in mystery novels--when the cornered guilty party nicely explains in detail all the yet unsolved mystery. Poirot and Sherlock never needed the villain to spell out the solution!

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Five Stars!

One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Narrated by Julia Whelan.

You find the Love of Your Life and spend ten blissful years together. Suddenly he's yanked from your life through no fault of anyone. You grieve for years. Then, miraculously, you find the second Love of Your Life and are planning to be married.
Your first love returns. You still love him. Your second love is understanding but hurt. You still love him, also.

This book is billed as a Romance, which I normally don't read. Really, it is a book about love, about hearts, about knowing who you are and accepting it and finding peace. It's a beautiful, sometimes sad, book about love. There is no harshness or vulgarity in this book at all. I'm very impressed with all the insight that plays out through the three main characters.

This is an Audible book and the narrator is one of my favorites. I highly recommend listening to the Audible version if you can.

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The Hard to Catch Mercy by William P. Baldwin III 5*
I was seeking a book by a "local author" for the Popsugar Reading Challenge and serendipitously wandered across this brilliant gem of a Bildungsroman. It is 14 tales and an epilogue as told by young Willie T. Allson, all of which build upon each other as answers are found for the mysteries--or were they, since the answers came from the liars, crazies, cons, senile, superstitious, or people who just have peculiar ways of viewing things? The paranormal hovers around the edges of these stories--or does it, since Willie T. filters his perceptions through the Lowcountry "haint" tales of his elderly nanny? As another reviewer put it "An epic tale of Southern myth, mystery, and mayhem!" Tales well told, such as this, are the reason that I read.

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Four Stars
An unexpected delight.

Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen

This is an entertaining, lighthearted but meaty whodunnit, the first in a series about what it's like to be Royalty in England but poor. You have standards to keep. You are certainly not allowed to "work" but how do you manage when there is no money attached to your title, all the while trying to avoid the "perfect" marriage your betters are trying to arrange for you.

I don't usually like this type of book but this is so well done and the main character is fleshed out like a real person you would like if you met.

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Five Stars!
I'm partial to police procedurals but I really loved this book!

The Black Book by James Patterson and David Ellis.

From Amazon: One missing black book.

A horrifying murder leads investigators to an unexpected address - an exclusive brothel that caters to Chicago's most powerful citizens. There's plenty of incriminating evidence on the scene - but what matters most is what's missing: the madam's black book. Now shock waves are rippling through the city's elite, and everyone's desperate to find it.

A cop who plays it by the book and is part of a family of cops on the force becomes the most likely suspect in the murders. He is shunned and surveiled and has no defense due to his memory loss. You suspect him. You defend him. You can't put your finger on the right perp. This book will keep you guessing.

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Please post and rate every book members read during the month and tell each other a little about them. Please list title, author, and a 1-5* rating.
If you choose, please follow with a brief summary of what the book was about and what you did, or did not like about it.

1 star--* hated it!
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3 star--*** A good read, entertaining but nothing spectacular.
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