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Books of June

June was a busy month for reading. I finished four books: “Friends in High Places” and “Fatal Remedies”, by Donna Leon, “State of Fear” by Michael Crichton and Frederick Forsyth’s “The Afghan”. Donna Leon’s books follow Commissario Guido Brunetti as he fights crime and the customs of Venice. “State of Fear” concerns itself with the opposing forces of global warming/climate change as Crichton challenges us to question who we can believe. The workings of al Qaeda are explored in Forsyth’s “The Afghan”. June was an interesting and educational month thanks to these very enjoyable and readable titles.

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