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“The 13 Lives of a Television Repair Man,” is a story of a son’s relationship with his mother and how he learns to cherish her. It unfolds in the world of television repair and contains both old and new technology. Plus an interview with the author, M.D. Thalmann.

Brilliantly done. This is a great read. I was pulled in from the first chapter by the mystery of who sent the flowers. Then it got less urgent, but still interesting. The big question for me was how the two starkly different characters; finical reporter, Mikael Blomkvist and investigative researcher, Lisbeth Salandar; were going to …

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  The Legend Series story moves seamlessly from book to book. I read somewhere that Marie Lu wrote the series as a modern retailing of Les Misérables.  I confess, I never read it, only seen the musical. I like the series. The first book is excellent. Day is an interesting character you want to spend …

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Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill I am excited about this book for two reasons; it is my first read from the Little Free Library in my neighborhood and it is a new writer for me. Both these things made me open this book with glee. Heart-Shaped Box is a ghost story about an aging, Alice …

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