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    Quote Originally Posted by gamewell45 View Post
    I am re-reading "War Day" by Whitley Strieber and James Kunetka.
    I met Whitley Strieber some years ago. After reading 'Communion' and some of his other books, and especially after seeing him portrayed by Christopher Walken in the film version, I guess I imagined he would be some kind of a kook or eccentric. To the contrary, he was about as unobtrusive as it gets - the kind of person who can disappear in a crowd of three. A very soft-spoken and pleasant guy.
    "It is a foolish man who believes that he possesses all of the answers unless he is absolutely certain that he has heard all of the questions."

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    I finally got around to reading 'Winter's Bone'. I heard that the film was very good, when it came out some years ago, and I didn't want to see it without reading the book first. Grim, violent book set in the meth-fueled Ozark hinterlands. Now I'm reading 'I Was That Masked Man', the autobiography of t.v.'s Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore.
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    St. Death - A John Milton Novel (#2) by Mark Dawson

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