Rain and more rain. The good about yet another wet day is that this book order WILL get done as long as the raindrops fall stirringly on my (uninsulated) rooftop. So, carrying on, the list continues.
Cooney, Barbara. Miss Rumphius
Darwi, Charles. The Voyage of the Beagle: Charles Darwin’s Journal of Researches (Penguin Classics)
Fossum, Karin. The Indian Bride (Inspector Sejer Mysteries)
Franklin, Ariana. The Serpent’s Tale
Gibbins, David. The Lost Tomb
Goldman, Francisco. The Art of Political Murder: Who Killed the Bishop?
Goldman, Francisco. The Ordinary Seaman
Groopman, Jerome. How Doctors Think
Hall, Parnell. Hitman: A Stanley Hastings Mystery
Hammond, William. A Matter of Honor: A Novel
Hart, John. Down River
Hart, John. The King of Lies
Hay, Elizabeth. Late Nights on Air: A Novel
Holm, Bill. The Windows of Brimnes: An American in Iceland
Horwitz, Tony. A Voyage Long and Strange: On the Trail of Vikings, Conquistadors, Lost Colonists, and Other Adventurers in Early America
Hubka, TQhomas. Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England
Johnson, Craig. Another Man’s Moccasins: A Walt Longmire Mystery
Johnson, Craig. Kindness Goes Unpunished (Walt Longmire Mysteries)
Johnson, Denis. Tree of Smoke: A Novel
Jiust, Ward. Echo House
Kilmer, Nicholas. A Place in Normandy
Kilmer, Nicholas. Madonna of the Apes
Kilmer, Nicholas. Lazarus Arises
King, Stephen. Duma Key: A Novel
Lent, Jeffrey. In the Fall: A Novel
Luttrell, Marcus. Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10
Mahfouz, Naguib. Morning and Evening Talk
Marche, Stephen. Shining at the Bottom of the Sea
Meacham, Jon. American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House
Mezrich, Ben. Rigged: The True Story of an Ivy League Kid Who Changed the World of Oil, from Wall Street to Dubai
Miles. Jonathan. The Wreck of the Medusa: The Most Famous Sea Disaster of the Nineteenth Century
Mosse, Kate. Sepulchre
Mowat, Claire. The Outport People
The list is long because I have been saving up titles of must-have books all winter. It takes a long time to submit the order because I am linking each title to Amazon.com so that you all can click on the blue listing and order any of these books easily. Then Roseledge Books gets six percent. This is my current solution and my thank you to those of you who have wanted to support Roseledge Books with an order from away.
Of course I would rather have you be here (and the very nifty new Roseledge Books T-shirts are only available to those who come), but the real problem is that, even with my very red scooter, “dropping and shipping” books is hard to do. Okay, very hard to do as slower and awkwarder take over my world. But think how much fun running into a fellow Roseledge Books Regular in a t-shirt would be! Isn’t it worth thinking about a by-trip on your way from there to here?
Part 3 of FIRST THINGS FIRST and more photos are coming up. Then, even though lists are fun, we can get on with things that are even more fun, like currently available, bite-sized produce for unexpected guests or matters that matter to retirees. Yum.