RE: [bookclub-827] Book selection

From: Sarah
Sent on: Thursday, February 21, 2008 11:04 AM
Hi Gary!
Thanks for your suggestion - I like reading non-fiction as well.  We have already picked the book for March - "Plain Truth" by Jodi Picoult.  I will suggest your idea for April's book, but it would be great if you could come to the next meetup to help us pick.  Let me know - it would be great if you could attend!
Thanks, Sarah



From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: [bookclub-827] Book selection
Date: Wed, 20 Feb[masked]:28:39 -0500

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Good Morning!
Got back from Ariz. Just in time to see the Drake game w/ Bradley--:(((
Should have stayed in Ariz.
I wonder how many of your selections are non-fiction.  There are so many relevant and important issues any more that we very much look to non-fiction writers.  They appear to be more concise and accurate than newspapers & magazines and even the TV newscasters.  If the authors aren't accurate they can't sell their long hours of research and work.
With this in mind, I suggest the non-fiction book by Jerome Corsi,PhD, titled,:"The Late Great U.S.A."
Your response?
Respectfully, Gary Reed e-mail=[address removed]
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