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June 16, 2009


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Great post! I see a couple titles on there I wouldn't mind reading.


Great list, thanks!

Carolina Gal's Literary Cafe

Saw the Havana book at Barnes and Noble and resisted the temptation. But like my father doesn't like me spending money. If it was a paperback like you said he would not get upset. Thank you for the list of recommendations for Father's Day.


My husband loved "When You Are Engulfed In Flames!" I've actually had "For The Thrill of It.." on my TBR list for a while but just haven't picked it up yet. I guess I could give it to hubby for Father's Day as a way to justify buying it. After all, he's already getting "The House of Mondavi" which is another one I wanted!

J.T. Oldfield

Great list! I did one for Mother's day, but didn't have the chance to do one for Father's Day.

I'm giving away a copy of Three Cups of Tea right now on my blog!

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