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Hey I read this a few weeks ago. Great info on the baron. I never knew just how much he had to do with the revolution and how close he was to GW. I really liked it.
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Just finished No Country for Old Men and The Road. They both read almost like scripts. NCFOM was almost all on the screen with minor differences. They were pretty good. Am now reading some Roger Ebert books.
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Hey I read this a few weeks ago. Great info on the baron. I never knew just how much he had to do with the revolution and how close he was to GW. I really liked it.
Looks pretty intresting, I know nothing about him. There is another book I found about a Polish engineer that helped in the war that history as pretty much forgotten about: Thaddeus Kosciuszko.

http://www.amazon.com/Peasant-Prince...5333601&sr=8-6
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Looks pretty intresting, I know nothing about him. There is another book I found about a Polish engineer that helped in the war that history as pretty much forgotten about: Thaddeus Kosciuszko.

http://www.amazon.com/Peasant-Prince...5333601&sr=8-6
Not forgotten here, there is a bridge named for him on the BQE.
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A Study In Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle
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Wow, quick lock on the May thread. Anyway, just finished The Last Coyote from Michael Connelly, and now I'll probably split my time between the following two books:



I'm working through Last Coyote now, soon I'll be on Trunk Music!
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started (and finished) this one yesterday


If it wasn't "young adult" it should have been. Still, good.

now:
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Never read a graphic novel before, so I thought I'd start with the mackdaddy

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Started this a few days ago. I'm surprised how much I like it so far, as I'm not usually into historical-like fiction.
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Finished The Saxon Shore and now starting book 5 of The Camulod Chronicles:
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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
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