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I read all kinds of books - old and new. Right now I'm reading Zane Grey's Riders of the Purple Sage, since I was in the mood for a western. I find it quite interesting.

~Michelle~

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@LaDolceVitawrote:

@nyadrn  I hope to return!!  My mom had a stroke last month, still in crisis mode.  I am still reading thoughWoman Happy


@LaDolceVitaI am so sorry for having missed this post.  I hope that your mom is doing better.  Please let me know how you are! Heart

 

 

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It Can’t Happen Here” is a classic novel written by Author, Sinclair Lewis: ISBN#: 045121658X

♦♦♦ A charismatic and power-hungry politician, is elected President of the United States on a populist platform, promising to restore the country to prosperity and greatness, and, more importantly, promising each citizen $5,000 a year (approximately $79,270, adjusted for inflation). Once in power, however, he becomes a dictator; he outlaws political dissent, puts his political enemies in concentration camps, and creates a paramilitary force who terrorize the citizens on a Law and Order platform in the idealism of a delusional corrupt jingoistic  spirit. One of his first actions as President is to make changes to the Constitution which give him sole power over the country, rendering Congress obsolete. This is met by protest from the congress as well as outraged citizens, but he declares a state of martial law and throws the protesters in jail. As democracy is dismantled, most Americans either support him and his Corpo Regime wholeheartedly and keep reassuring themselves that fascism “can’t happen here” in America,…

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@nyadrn  I hope to return!!  My mom had a stroke last month, still in crisis mode.  I am still reading thoughWoman Happy

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By Leslie Meier Books Lucy Stone series 1 thru 23. Up to book 20. I really like these  hard cover & paperbackbooks Large print.

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@RetiredHoggerwrote:
Twice I logged in and then couldn't reply, I see what you mean about being difficult to post on. I started TWO KINDS OF TRUTH, the latest Harry Bosch book by Michael Connelly, just last night. That's my latest.

@RetiredHogger  I enjoy his books.  I am glad you were able to post!!  

 

 

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@ksaleswrote:

I'm still reading, but this forum is so difficult to post on or reply to, and I'm pretty tech-savvy. I had a hard enough time trying to respond to you.


@ksales  Well I am glad to see you here and thank you for making the effort to post.  !!

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I've read both of Michael Connelly's new books recently and loved them both. I just finished reading The Social Affair by Britney King--an intriguing novel about the use of social media.

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Twice I logged in and then couldn't reply, I see what you mean about being difficult to post on. I started TWO KINDS OF TRUTH, the latest Harry Bosch book by Michael Connelly, just last night. That's my latest.
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