I've always been a voracious reader, presently reading "The Voyage of the
Narwhal" by Andrea Barrett. Interesting novel about an Arctic expedition
shortly after the disappearance of the Franklin Expedition, seen mostly from
the perspective of the naturalist.
> From the age of 10 until I left home for college, I was a regular
>customer of our local library. Now, in my 80s, I renewed my library
>card, now digitized, and returned to reading as a pastime, particularly
>during unfavorable weather. Many of my choices have been mysteries,
>which I enjoy, and I have been particularly drawn to to those written by
>President Harry Truman's daughter, Margaret. They are set in the
>Washington, D.C. area, which she knew well, and, though she is reported
>to have used the help of another writer, the style and detail is very
>well done. Here is the one I just finished reading.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro
- Hunter S. Thompson
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