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OK, we get it...I like Mordecai Richler

I like Mordecai Richler

Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird | 10 Authors You Didn’t Realize Never Wrote Second Novels

10 Authors You Didn’t Realize Never Wrote Second Novels

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Atticus Finch: Easily the most heroic, admirable character that I've ever come across in reading. And Boo! My children know my love of Boo, thus their many nicknames!

St. Urbain's Horseman by Mordecai Richler (1971) Shortlisted for Booker in 71.

Urbain's Horseman by Mordecai Richler Shortlisted for Booker in

Goodnight Steve McQueen

Goodnight Steve McQueen

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In Zurich. in Moscow. The machinery was already set in motion, while in a quiet suburb an odd assortment of men and women gathered for a momentous weekend. At stake was the very… read more at Kobo.

Second World War Winston Churchill Lot Of 4 Memoirs Finest Hour Hing Fate

Illustrated World History Nonfiction Books

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A book which is left on a shelf is a dead thing but it is also a chrysalis, an inanimate object packed with the potential to burst into new life. ~Susan Hill, "Howards End is on the Landing"

Ludlum was just a genius.  I first started reading him at 13.  Each book seemed better than the next.  I envy anyone who hasn't discovered him yet.    You've got a lot of really wonderful reading ahead of you..... enjoy.

Ludlum was just a genius. I first started reading him at Each book seemed better than the next. I envy anyone who hasn't discovered him yet. You've got a lot of really wonderful reading ahead of you.

The Parsifal Mosaic (1982) by Robert Ludlum

The Parsifal Mosaic, Robert Ludlum. This is probably my favorite spy novel of all time!

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