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katmom Posted - Apr 22 2020 : 11:46:33 AM
I finished up 2 more Nancy Drew books,, thank goodness there is nothing on TV on Mon and Tues nights, that I care to watch... lol!

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katmom Posted - Apr 27 2020 : 11:43:29 AM
Ohhh,, RTG.. I might have to check out those books,,, when our Library finally does re-open... not to mention,, Thrift shops,, a great source for books that don't cost an arm & a leg & 3 pints of blood! lolol!

Denise,, I use a fabric book cover that I made,, on the current book I am reading and then put it back on the shelf, upside down when finished... that way I know which books have been read.. I have a rather skattered brain, and need all the help I can get! lolol!

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Red Tractor Girl Posted - Apr 27 2020 : 11:12:14 AM
It has been so many years since I read Nancy Drew, but I always enjoyed mystery stories as a child and still do. Currently, I am reading some of the murder mysteries by Rita Mae Brown & her cat Sneaky Pie Brown, aka Mrs. Murphy in the book. They take place in Crozet, Virginia, which is just outside Charlottesville where I grew up. There are many references to all the places in the area that were all part of my childhood. Plus, the story is told through the eyes of Mrs. Murphy and Tucker T, the Welsh Corgi, who are the pets of the main character, Mary Hairisteen. These stories are so much fun to read and the animal perspectives are just hilarious too.

Did anyone ever read the Tea Shop mysteries by Laura Childs? They are also fantastic and each book includes recipes from the Tea Shop cafe.

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levisgrammy Posted - Apr 26 2020 : 08:02:05 AM
I love Nancy Drew. I have a collection of them and I always remember the last one I read so I can pick up where I left off.

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katmom Posted - Apr 25 2020 : 7:55:11 PM
HG56.. oh,, soon as the weather turns nice and warm,, and all my garden work is done... I plan to hang out in my trailers, snuggle in with kiki kitty and a stack of ND books,, to kick back and read when I am feeling lazy!
Oh the be a kid with no responcbilites...

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HollerGirl56 Posted - Apr 25 2020 : 4:58:40 PM
Hi Grace---I know you are hanging in there---me too. I told you there were some replicated Nancy Drew books and I read one too. It was fun and an easy read---put me back to good childhood memories! Such fun. Thank-you for making me feel like a child again. And so sorry about your beloved Aunt. I always read and know.
life is hard---but on and on we go. Hope camping comes around soon!

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