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Yes, we got over 40 new members. I just hope they all start participating in the conversations. Here's what the article said:
You are missing less Sue Grafton books than me. I still have a long way to go. I read "R is for Ricochet" and then Edie advised me that I should read them in order so now I'm waiting until I get all of them before reading anymore. I have a ton of books so I can wait.
Don't know when I'll get around to reading "The Broker" but when I do I'll let everyone know. I don't like to read too many in a row by the same author because then they tend to sound too much alike. I read a book by John Grisham called "Bleachers" which had to do with a football coach. I wasn't sure I'd like it but I did since it was more about the relationship between the coach and his players and not really about the game. I read one book by Margaret Truman called "Murder at Union Station" which I really enjoyed. I passed it on to my mother and she enjoyed it too. I'm now starting "Murder at the Library of Congress". I like books that talk about places I've been. My hubby and I have visited Washington D.C. five times so I'm familiar with all the sites in her books.
I'm sorry I don't know of any sites for you to sell your records other than e-bay. Good luck on that matter.
Thanks for sharing that mention about Golden Girls. It wasn't a very big mention, but it sure got a lot of attention!!!
Yes, it would be very nice if all or most of them would take part in the discussions, but I assume some ladies do join and then are quiet, right? I don't see much point in staying in a group if you aren't going to participate.
I, too, like to collect all the books in a series before I start reading them, so I have a number of series that are waiting for me. Good luck finding all the Sue Grafton books. I would think most of the older ones would be available at used book stores? Of course, the ones I am missing are among the first ones, and I couldn't even find them at online used book sites!! But I feel since I have the first 3 at least, they should establish the characters, and then I could skip if I had to. Gee, she's up to "T" already!!! We are slightly far behind!!!!!
I am impressed by the nice comments I've seen about Margaret Truman's books, and I'll have to look for some. She passed away only recently, didn't she? Any idea how many books she's written? Are they all mysteries?
Your having visited Washington DC so much would make the books extra interesting to you.
I've never sold on eBay so don't think I'm "brave" enough to try it now!!