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Lethal Genes

Grant, Linda
Catherine Saylor investigates thefts at the UC Berkeley Corn Research lab.

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7/1999

Love Nor Money

Grant, Linda
P.I Catherine Saylor investigates child molestion in San Francisco. Adult themes. No kidding.

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8/1998

Code Of Honor

Gratz, Alan
High school senior Kamran is horrified when his Army Ranger brother is accused of being a traitor. Pretty good action, moves right along.

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10/2015

The Book of Old Houses

Graves, Sarah
Jacobia (Jake) lives in Eastport, Maine, with her husband and son. She fixes up her old house, solves murders, and dispenses house repair tips. The author lives in Eastport too, oddly enough. Looks like an interesting place to visit. The books did not grab me, but it is number eleven in a series, so it must grab someone!

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8/2008

Falcon And The Charles Street Witch

Gray, Luli
Falcon has more adventures with her dragon in this sequel to Falcon's Egg. I really like the characters but the plot seems silly. Will read the first book, just to see if it has a better story.

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11/2002

The bishop and the missing L Train.

Greeley, Andrew
Bishop Blackie Ryan tries to figure out who stole a train with with of Chicago's auxialiary bishops on it.

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12/2001

The Fault In Our Stars

Green, John
Two teens with cancer crack-wise. I enjoyed this book very much, but it going on the "Professional Reading" shelf in our middle school library. Parent Permission slips required. So is the "Perks" novel.

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2/2014

Lovestrong

Greenbaum, Dorothy
Dorothy decides to follow her passion and become a doctor at age 23, and with a baby even! A very interesting story.

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3/2007

The Tom Clancy Companion

Greenberg, Martin, editor
Interesting interview with Clancy, summaries of stories.

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11/2001

Harry and Tonto

Greenfield, Josh
With Paul Mazursky, the director of the movie. An old man is evicted from his New York apartment, travels to visit his children in Chicago and California, meets interesting people, has revelations. A very touching story, must have been a great movie!

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5/2010

Slipknot

Greenlaw, Linda
Jane quit her police detective job in Florida and moved back to the seaside Maine town she where she was born, but moved away at an early age. Her new marine insurace inspection job takes her to a fish packing plant and a number of boats. A body is discovered, and she decides to investigate to relieve the boredom of her new job.

I found the book interesting, but there some things that I thought an editor should have caught. For instance, on page 85 there is mention of previously seeing a document concerning "joint custody with right of survivorship". Darned if I can find that mentioning, either in the book or using Amazon.com Look Inside! Another is on page 250 where the police officers show up rather jarringly, to my mind.

Anyway, I enjoyed the book and will read others by her.

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5/2011

Beyond Blame

Greenleaf, Stephen
Parents of a woman hire John Tanner to go to Berkeley to find out who killed their daughter. Good story, fifth book in series.

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5/2001

Blood Type

Greenleaf, Stephen
John Tanner tries to figure out why his friend Tom Crandall died. Very good plot, eighth book in series.

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5/2001

Book Case

Greenleaf, Stephen
Private Investigator John Marshall Tanner tries to find out who wrote a manuscript that seems to describe sordid goings-on at a private school in San Francisco. Seventh book in series.

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11/2000

Death Bed

Greenleaf, Stephen
John Marshall Tanner is tasked with finding the son of a zillionaire before the old guy dies. Second book in the series.

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3/2001

Flesh Wounds

Greenleaf, Stephen
John Tanner goes to Seattle to help his friend Peggy find her fiance's daughter. Eleventh book in series.

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Mandy was naked on the bed, wearing only the diaphanous light from the moon, snoring like a long-haul trucker on a layover at Little America. Her baby-doll outfit was a wad of desperation next to the tattered pillow.

TODAYS'S VOCABULARY WORD:

Crapulence

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11/2000

Past Tense

Greenleaf, Stephen
John Tanner's cop friend Charley Sleet is killing people but won't share the reason why! Twelfth book in series.

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5/2001

Stawberry Sunday

Greenleaf, Stephen
John Marshall Tanner is recovering from the last book (which I haven't read yet), then gets to investigate a murder in the strawberry farms of the Salinas valley. Pretty good, didn't expect who-done-it. Thirteenth book in series.

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3/2001

The Ditto List

Greenleaf, Stephen
Divorce lawyer D.T. Jones handles a variety of divorce cases.

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Deep down, he recognized that he had never enjoyed sex quite as much as he had in the days when copping a feel in the drive-in was the highest achievement of his art... (pg. 70)

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5/2001

Rosy Cole's Worst Ever Best Yet Tour Of New York City

Greenwald, Sheila
Things don't go as planned when Rosy's cousin comes to visit her in the Big Apple. A fun little story.

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11/2003
20 books displayed
[Abadzis- Alcott] [Alcott- Anderson] [Andreae- Atkinson] [Atkinson- Ballard] [Balliett- Barnard] [Barnard- Barnhill] [Barr- Barr] [Barrows- Bear] [Bear- Beaton] [Beaton- Beattie] [Beattie, editor- Black] [Black- Block] [Block- Borchert] [Bosch- Brennert] [Brillant- Bryson] [Bryson- Bujold] [Bujold- Card] [Card- Card] [Card- Chabon] [Chabon- Clancy] [Clancy- Cline] [Coakley- Cohen] [Cohen- Collins] [Collins- Connelly] [Connelly- Constantine] [Constantine- Cornwell] [Cornwell- Crais] [Crais- Crombie] [Cronley- Cussler] [Cussler- Dashner] [Dashner- DiCamillo] [Dick- Doohan] [Dorsey- Drake] [Draper- Elkins] [Elkins- Ephron] [Eszterhas- Fairstein] [Fairstein- Ferris] [Ferris- Flanagan] [Flanagan- Flynn] [Foer- Fox] [Francis- Francis] [Francis- Francis] [Francis- Funke] [Funke- Garrigue] [Gash- Goffard] [Going- Grafton] [Grafton- Grant] [Grant- Greenwald] [Greer- Grisham] [Grisham- Haddix] [Haddix- Hall] [Hall- Harris] [Harrison- Heinlein] [Heinlein- Heley] [Heley- Henry] [Henry- Hess] [Hess- Hiaasen] [Hiaasen- Hirsch] [Hitchcock- Holt] [Holt- Hulme] [Hunter- Jenkins] [Jennings- Kadohata] [Kaminsky- Kandel] [Karr- Kienzle] [Kienzle- Kinney] [Kirby- Kostyal] [Kowal- Larson] [Larson- Leckie] [Leckie- Leonard] [Leonard- Lewis] [Lichtman- Lowry] [Lowry- MacAvoy] [MacDonald- Manley] [Marcinko- Martini] [Martini- Mazer] [McBain- McCarthy] [McCaughrean- McDevitt] [McDonald- Meyer] [Meyer- Moody] [Moon- Mosley] [Mosley- Nicholson] [Nicholson- Norton] [Norton- O'Brian] [O'Brian- O'Rourke] [Oates- Paretsky] [Paretsky- Parker] [Parker- Parker] [Parker- Patterson] [Patterson- Peacock] [Pears- Perry] [Perry- Pohl] [Pohl- Poyer] [Poyer- Pratchett] [Pratchett- Pronzini] [Pronzini- Pullman] [Pullman- Reeve] [Reeve- Riggs] [Ringo- Robinson] [Rodman- Rucka] [Rucka- Sachar] [Sachar- Scalzi] [Scalzi- Scott] [Scott- Scottoline] [Sebold- Shields] [Shriver- Sloan] [Sloan- Soto] [Soto- Stark] [Stark- Stephenson] [Stern- Stroud] [Stroud- Tappy] [Tappyly- Townsend] [Tracy- Updale] [Urban- Vance] [Vance- Walter] [Wambaugh- Westerman] [Westerman- Westlake] [Westlake- Wodehouse] [Wodehouse- Yelchin] [Yep- Zusak] 

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