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Tracy has commented on (12) products.

From the Corner of His Eye (Dean Koontz)
From the Corner of His Eye (Dean Koontz)

Tracy, July 16, 2008

Unforgettable! Dean Koontz is a great suspense writer, and I think From The Corner of His Eye was one of his best books!
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UPPITY WOMEN OF ANCIENT TIMES by Vicki Leon

Tracy, May 14, 2008

Educational, entertaining and very funny! If the history textbooks in school were written by Vicki Leon, I think that we all would have paid a lot more attention in class.
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Looking for Mr. Goodbar by Judith Rossner

Tracy, April 25, 2008

Though this book is about sex and murder in the 1970's it also has a sensitive side. This book is not to be missed. It's on my very exclusive list of books that I actually re-read every few years.
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The Almost Moon: A Novel by Alice Sebold
The Almost Moon: A Novel

Tracy, January 30, 2008

If you liked Alice Sebold's "The Lovely Bones", you will love "The Almost Moon". Sebold has a classy but readable way of writing on the most peculiar subjects! In The Almost Moon the main character murders her mother. It seems so realistic and the main character seems somehow reasonable in her actions.
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The Joy of Funerals: A Novel in Stories
The Joy of Funerals: A Novel in Stories

Tracy, November 30, 2006

It's such an interesting book, and written in a highly unusual format. The book reads as short stories, but by the time you get to the end you can see how they are all inter-connected and all of the short stories make sense as a whole.
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