Skip to comments.Free Republic Book Club, Week of 2/26/05
Posted on 02/26/2005 5:14:03 PM PST by Tanniker Smith
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Thanks for the update and ping!
Is that the book by Scott Peterson's sister? I saw her interview on Dateline the other night.
She said her marriage has been strained due to her supporting Peterson before realizing he did it. Her husband was disgusted from the start.
She seemed like a good woman and I hope they are able to work it out.
I saw her on Dateline too and then again on Oprah yesterday. The more I listened to her talk about the Peterson family the more disgusted I became with them. Jackie sounds like your classic "nobody's good enough for my son mother-in-law" and an overbearing woman also.
You're doing a great job with this...no complaints from me! LOL
Plus, historical fiction is my absolute favorite (started writing some of my own now) so you won't hear any from me on that, either!
Thanks for keeping this going and for doing so well with it!
Thanks for the follow up. Great job. Waiting, breathlessly, for the next book club ping...
Yes, a bit too broad, but it fit with some of the votes I got. Next time, I may narrow it down to 5-7 very specific choices, based on all the "off-topic" posts and wish lists.
See you all Saturday! (Wow, is that tomorrow already?)
Howlin- glad you're reading it first. Will wait for your synopsis ;)
PS did you buy Amber's book too? LOL
Yeah; don't waste your money.
Here is something interesting about Anne Bird on Oprah this week:
Be sure to read pages 6 and 7; the shrink tears Jackie and Scott A P A R T.
I thought Micheal Jackson preferred White Hats.
Sign me up Tanniker. For Historical Fiction you can't beat Thomas B. Costain. In my Opinion the best Novelest of the 50's, the Best is the Plantagenet Series on the Kings of England, Three Edwards, High Towers, The Black rose, The Conquering Family, William The Conqueror, and my all time favorite The Silver Chalice about The Cup Of Christ.
Strangers stopping strangers, just to shake their hand..
Guess I learned the hard way to let her pass by, let her pass by...
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