Tag Archives: Louise Penny

New Arrivals, Current Reading August 26 – September 1, 2013

NEW ARRIVALS: Wonderful weather, gardening, various outings have kept us busy, but I’ve taken time for Summer reading. For the third week in a row, just one book. How the light Gets In by Louise Penny [Minotaur Books 2013 hardcover, … Continue reading

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New Arrivals, Current Reading, September 3-9, 2012

Football is going strong, both college and pro, Barbara got her MacBook Pro (post on that coming), I’ve been hip deep in tech problems and trying to learn some gestures on the touchpad (aarrrgh) and the garden is crying out … Continue reading

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New Arrivals, Current Reading, late August – early September, 2012

Amazing that August is over already! Where did it go? New Arrivals – Two things this time, one a pre-order, the other one I saw on George Kelly’s blog (HERE). It looked so good, I just had to have it. The … Continue reading

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New Arrivals, Current Reading

Our heat wave here in Portland has continued. It was in the triple digits Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, better yesterday and finally cooler and nice today. As I said before, I know that may not be a big deal for you … Continue reading

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New Arrivals, Current Reading

While the Summer blahs have let up some, I’ve been having an absolutelymiserable time of it the last week and a half. Standing up from a chair 11 days ago, my back went out. By that I mean it kind of froze … Continue reading

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The Brutal Telling

by Louise Penny, © 2009, St. Martin’s Press, Minotaur Books hardcover – fifth in the Inspector Gamache (Three Pines) series This series takes place in and around the village of Three Pines, hidden away in a small valley south of … Continue reading

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