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So how many Tempe Brennan mysteries have you gone through now that I reminded you of them, 🙂 I’m probably going to order Reich’s latest “Bare Bones” shortly – I’m afraid I just don’t have the patience to wait a year for it to come out in paperback 🙂
I’m addicted to her work, Elizabeth Peters’s Amelia Peabody series ( good reads – funny and instructive in Egyptian history) and Aaron J. Elkins Gideon Oliver series (If you like Kathy Reich you’ll probably like Elkins too – like their protagonists, they are both forensic anthropologists in real life)
I get them out of the library, and I can reserve books online. I have no more room on my shelves for any more books!! Just finished Deja Dead, so now I’ll go on to the next one. I remember reading one of Elizabeth Peters’, and I liked her too. Too many books; too little time.
How heartening to read that you’re still friendly with your ex! I thought I was the only one! My first husband and I are meeting this Sunday (for the first time in about five years, as he moved out of NY, although we keep in touch regularly via e-mail and have each other blogrolled) to attend the NY Is Book Country street fair. Shoul be interesting!
I have a signed copy of the book(My daddy was an undertaker)i purchased at a book fair last year.I was thinking about selling it but i am not sure of the value.
I have been going crazy trying to find a copy of My Daddy was an Undertaker……do you have any idea where I might find one? My father was an undertaker and my mother often talked about the book but did not have a copy. Thanks for your help.
I have a copy, somewhere. I know that I packed it up with some of my other old books that I don’t want to part with. Someone named Mark MCLean left a comment here a oouple of years ago indicating that he had a signed copy, but he left no way to get in touch with him. If I can dig mine up, I’ll let you know, although you left no way to contact you either.
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