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Fruits Basket By Natsuki Takaya

Tohru Honda becomes an orphan when her mother passes away suddenly. Her grandfather is remodeling his house, and she has nowhere to stay. She decides it’s time for her to live on her own and she camps in a random part of the forest. 33 more words

Fiction

Mystery of Life

Mystery of life
Your song for me today is
fully LOVE ~
I rest upon the truth
of knowing I am blessed to be
the child of wonder… 60 more words

Soul Streams

Book Review - Big Red Tequila

Big Red Tequila by Rick Riordan

Review: This was Rick Riordan’s first ever published novel. It is a mystery novel set in San Antonio and sparked a string of novels featuring the protagonist, Tres Navarre. 89 more words

Books

Something Like a Dream by Robert Richter

Expatriate beach bum Cotton Waters is known to his cantina buddies as “Algo,” meaning Something  in Spanish.  An illegal alien and ex-political activist with old and unresolved legal problems in the U.S., Algo scrounges a lazy fishing village lifestyle and a little beer money out of the Puerto Vallarta tourist trade as a private hustler of a Mexican Riviera lost-and-found–helping some people get lost and finding others–if the price is right or the client’s cause worth the time and interest. 316 more words

The Virtual Bookcase

P. K. Pinkerton and the Pistol-Packing Widows, by Caroline Lawrence

P. K. Pinkerton #3
Summary:  In 1860s Nevada, master-of-disguise P.K. Pinkerton uncovers a sinister plot when he takes a case that calls for him to shadow his friend and mentor, Poker Face Jace.

Penguin

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Historical Fiction