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What book's on your nightstand now?

Discussion in 'The Book Rack' started by Vic303, Oct 10, 2004.

  1. nastytrigger

    nastytrigger Mediocre Member

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    Started a new book yesterday. Elmore Leonard's Pagan Babies. Started the book in high school (2002 ish). Put it down then, but wanted to finish it. 10 years later, I am!
     
  2. Jack23

    Jack23 I. B. Glockin'

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    Never thought I'd find myself in THIS situation. I finished James Lee Burke's Feast Day Of Fools last night. Took it to the Library this morning to return it and pick a couple more that I haven't read yet. This is the best Burke book I've read. It isn't a Dave Robicheaux book but it is a good one. That Burke is one far out dude!

    Big sign on the door: LIBRARY CLOSED TODAY FOR REMODELING. WILL REOPEN TOMORROW FOR REGULAR HOURS.

    Looks like I'll have to dig up a few old issues of gun magazines to read myself to sleep with tonight.

    Such is life. Sigh................ But I'll be back in bidness tomorrow night don'tcha know.
     


  3. HiVel

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    Reading John Le Carre's" Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" (again, I think) and a Ludlum by Paul Garrison -"The Janson Command" which is pretty good spy stuff. Oh Me, I am back into my old habits again!! Love it!
     
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  4. I'm currently reading "All In: The Education of David Petraeus". Great, great book.
     
  5. Buck4max

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    Just finished "Beyond Band of Brothers" and now reading "The Nightingale's Song".
     
  6. HiVel

    HiVel HiVel

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    have you tried my favorite NyQuil drink?? It is 3 oz Cherry NyQuil over ice with 3oz of Scotch-night, night.
     
  7. SGT HATRED

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    Oh my goodness no... The nyquil works just fine for me lol.
     
  8. mdsn969

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    Fantastic read, of course my wife just rolls her eyes :rofl:

    Can't wait for the movie in the fall.
     
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  9. alphacat

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    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
    By Philip K. Dick
    I have watched the movie several times, I figured it was time to read the book........
    So far, it's darn good.
     
  10. SGT HATRED

    SGT HATRED

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    That's too bad, me and my girlfriend are actually reading it together.
     
  11. waynokarider01

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    I just Coup De'tat by Ben Coes. It was an excellent book with the same hero (Dewey Andreas) introduced in his previous book Power Down. That one was also a great read. If you like Brad Thor books, you will also enjoy reading Ben Coes work.
     
  12. HollowHead

    HollowHead Firm member

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    "The Art Of Racing In The Rain" by Garth Stein. It may very well be one of the best books I've ever read. HH
     
  13. Paul Barrett

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    This Sunday (3/18), "CBS Sunday Morning" will air a segment on Glock, based in part on my new book, GLOCK: The Rise of America's Gun (www.glockthebook.com). How will the network handle the issues of gun ownership and commerce? They seemed to do a lot of reporting - accompanied me to SHOT Show, visited a pistol range to learn about the functioning of the Glock. Do you think they'll be fair to the book, to the gun? We shall see Sunday morning. -- Paul Barrett
     
  14. HiVel

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    Can't wait Paul-like your book!! Really informative and very interesting. Thanks.
    Hope they tell the truth about guns.
     
  15. Think I saw Paul on Book TV or such last January or so.
    Good to hear Gaston is still Frisky!!!
    :rofl: