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Re: What are you reading?

I understand that.  But Grisham's departures still showed good writing
style.  I found 'Plums' writing style crude.  I checked One for the $ at
Audible and saw this:
"A Jersey girl with Bette Midler's mouth and Cher's fashion sense...Who
could resist this doll?" (New York Times Book Review)
This is exactly what I didn't like about Sugar Plums.    I probably wouldn't
try One because it's only available at audible abridged and I rarely waste
my time on 3 hour books.
Still, they list 5 more of hers unabridged that I could try.  Do you suggest
the numbers or the Full... books?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, December 05, 2003 4:14 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] What are you reading?

> >I've heard several people gush over Evanovich's Plum series, so I tried
> >her 'Visions of Sugar Plums' last Cmas. Hopefully her regular series is
> >better than her Cmas story, because I really didn't like her style.
> Kitty, 'Sugar Plums' by Evanovich is like 'Skipping Christmas' or 'Painted
> House' by Grisham - somewhat a departure from their normal novels.  Try
> 'One for the Money' by JE - mind candy, but funny.  We all talk about our
> disfunctional family relationships, and watchings Stephanie's family (esp
> Grandma Mazure, and her sister & kids in later books)just confirms it.
> Anybody read Ann Ripley?  Mysteries & gardening together.
> http://www.mystery-tales.com/AuthorPages/AuthorsR.htm#AnnRipley
> Mardi
> Iowa z4b
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