Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Moneyman by Thomas B. Costain

I must be one of the most blessed people in all the world, when it comes to acquiring great reads very inexpensively. It’s either this, or I have in my community one of the most gracious public libraries ever, as … Continue reading

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Reunion by Karen Kingsbury with Gary Smalley

This is  the 5th book in this five book series, ( I only found 3 for sale at my local library,) but again, I have to emphatically say that for $.10 each,  it has been so worth it! My last … Continue reading

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The Man In The Grey Flannel Suit by Sloan Wilson

In 1955 there was an English instructor at the University of Buffalo. He had a wonderful wife, Elise Pickhardt Wilson who was as instrumental in this, what I consider, his most famous novel, “The Man In The Gray Flannel Suit,” … Continue reading

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