JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,
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Thanks ... and then a more fun-related question

... to Tommen and Allison and anybody else who comes up with a thought, suggestion, idea, etc. about my workplace's weirdly-behaving computers ... I'm not expected to solve this by my boss, but a puzzle is a puzzle and puzzles exert a magnetic fascination on me. But enough work ...

Was shuffling through my stack of library books and thinking of different people mentioning what they were reading in various posts and of the list posts that sometimes make the rounds and started to wonder ...

What's in your current to-read pile?



My own books:

First footsteps in East Africa / by Sir Richard Burton.

Old enough to say what I want : an autobiography / by Dave Broadfoot.

The last score / by Ellery Queen.

Speaker of Mandarin / by Ruth Rendell.

Bone dancing / by Jonathan Gash.

The science book / edited by Peter Tallack.

Into Africa : a journey through the ancient empires / by Marq de Villiers and Sheila Hirtle.

Explorer / by C.J. Cherryh.

The library books:

Tulipo mania / by Mike Dash.

The search for the giant squid / by Richard Ellis.

Cobra trap / by Peter O'Donnell.

The complete idiot's guide to food allergies / by Lee H. Freund and Jeanne Rejaunier.
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