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Sep 10, 2019 07:45:09   #
hildy3 (a regular here)
Downton Abbey opens in theatres Sept. 20, 2019. Will it be a repeat of what we have seen? It is 2 hrs 3m long. Very favorable reviews. Just Google it.
Sep 10, 2019 07:48:21   #
SallyJ wrote:
I have wanted to read this book but there are over 100+ on the waiting list at my library. I wonder if it is available in paperback yet?

Here's one on Ebay - they also have others
Sep 10, 2019 08:07:54   #
Igor'sJoy (a regular here)
Someone here recommended Carnegie's Maid. It is good. Just finished Where the Crawdads Sing and highly recommend.
Sep 10, 2019 08:13:16   #
a.ledge (a regular here)
I love all of the books by James Patterson.
Sep 10, 2019 08:20:48   #
Elephant Company.
Sep 10, 2019 08:21:35   #
knit4zen (a regular here)
"Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Ownes.
Sep 10, 2019 08:23:55   #
The 5th witness by Micheal Connley. I am s mystery buff. But I listen to audiobook while I knit
Sep 10, 2019 08:27:06   #
knit4zen (a regular here)
Irene Kidney wrote:
I don’t follow any particular author but tend to read sob stories for some unknown reason or Christian books. I know many of you follow Downton Abbey on tv, did you know they have made a film of it, wonder if or when it will reach USA.

The movie is due September 20th! Can't wait!
Sep 10, 2019 08:28:51   #
Jan Karon' Mitford series; "A Light In The Window"
Light, thoughtful & Christian. The main character is Father Tim.
Wonderful read, hits all your emotions without being sappy.
Sep 10, 2019 08:30:48   #
Thanks for all the posts. I am getting a lot of new reading recommendations.

Sep 10, 2019 08:32:49   #
Outstanding thread! I was looking for some thoughts on new reads. BTW I am Pilgrim mentioned below was a great read - am waiting for his next book!
Sep 10, 2019 08:33:25   #
Janice Wilkens
Someone on KP recommended Robyn Carr's The View from Alameda Island, but someone had it out of my local library. I decided to read another of Robyn Carr's books - Any Day Now. The main reason I didn't care for it was that it was written in "today's world". What I mean by that is cell phones and FaceBook were referenced, so the reader was reminded what time period the story is set in. Also, it touched on alcoholism and other dependencies. Just not my "cup of tea". I like to read books where you can't tell what era it is set in. I do have The View from Alameda Island now and only just finished Chapter 1. Not sure I'm going to like this one either since it has to do with infidelities in marriages. Maybe some people like reading about that stuff, but not me. My all time favorite book is The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett.

fisherwoman wrote:
I recently completed 6 of Pam Jenoff's Books, the last one being The Kommandant's Girl and am on to #7. I especially love her books because of the historical background.

I am curious to know what people are reading - (All Over the World), as I am always looking for my next 'good read', in between knitting.

Sep 10, 2019 08:36:04   #
The girl who lived twice.
Sep 10, 2019 08:37:55   #
An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
Sep 10, 2019 08:39:18   #
Granny41 (a regular here)
Ricia wrote:
The Wife by Alafair Burke - this is not the Glen Close movie.

I am totally addicted to the writings of her father James Lee Burke.
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