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Robert Bradley
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Now reading the second book in Abir Mukherjee's new mystery series, set in Calcutta, India, shortly after the end of WWI. Great stuff so far.
 
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The NEW YORKER Encyclopedia of Cartoons. Two massive hardcover volumes. This could take a while!
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John, with the age of the New Yorker, are there many cartoons that have lost their meaning in the 21st century? 
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Now starting the final book written by the late great Mr. Stephen Hawking... I read his first book A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME way, way back in 1990 but have not sampled any of his other work since then. I am hoping that reading this new release will inspire me to grab some of his other stuff off of the shelves at my local library...
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The Oracle Year - Charles Soule
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So I've been listening to audiobooks recently. Does that count as reading?

Anyway, just finished listening to "The Name of the Wind" and "The Wise Man's Fear".

Started listening to "Agincourt" by Bernard Cornwell
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Now delving into some Pulitzer Prize winning non-fiction...
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