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Blueberry Festival Used Books Sale

It is 1 o'clock PM Friday afternoon here in Western Michigan. This morning Carol and I went to a used books sale in South Haven and here is a list of the books we found to add to our library-

'Certain Trumpets: The Nature Of Leadership' by Garry Wills

'Charlotte Bronte: A Writer's Life' biography by Rebecca Fraser

'The Nat Hentoff Reader' essays by Nat Hentoff

'Byron's Letters & Journals' Volume 7 1820 Edited by Leslie A. Marchand

'Great Expectations: The Sons And Daughters Of Charles Dickens' biography by Robert Gottieb

'Beatrix Potter: A Life in Nature' biography by Linda Lear

'Napoleon: A Biography' by Frank McLynn

'The Group' a novel by Mary McCarthy

'Katherine Anne Porter: A Life' biography by Joan Givner

'Freedom Or Death' a novel by Nikos Kazantzakis Translated by Jonathan Griffin

'Light Years' a novel by James Salter

'Charles Dickens: A Life' biography by Claire Tomalin

'Life And Fate' a novel by Vasily Grossman Translated And With An Introduction By Robert Chandler

'Dreaming In French: The Paris Years Of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Susan Sontag, And Angela Davis' biography by Alice Kaplan

'Hemingway's Boat: Everything He Loved In Life, And Lost' biography by Paul Hendrickson

'Rebecca West: A Saga of the Century' biography by Carl Rollyson

'Anais Nin: A Biography' by Deirdre Bair

'Passing Strange' A Gilder Age Tale Of Love And Deception Across The Color Line by Martha A. Sandweiss

'The Years with Ross' memoir by James Thurber

'Mark Twain's Other Woman: The Hidden Story Of His Final Years' biography by Laura Skandera Trombley

'Blue At The Mizzen' historical fiction by Patrick O'Brian

'Fates And Furies' a novel by Lauren Groff

'Stalin's Daughter: The Extraordinary and Tumultuous Life of Svetlana Alliluyeva' biography by Rosemary Sullivan

'Arthur Conan Doyle: A Life in Letters' Edited by Jon Lellenberg, Daniel Stashower, & Charles Foley

After the used books sale we headed towards home. But we did stop at Pier's Cove a park by Lake Michigan so I could take pictures of Lake Michigan. The water was so high from the Lake that there was hardly any beach to stand on.

I could write more but I am tired. Carol left to go to Grand Rapids to pick up hardware for our new doors. I will closet to drift. Existence keeps decaying full speed.
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