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Old 10-07-2012, 05:45 AM   #14321
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^^What do you have left for the alphabet challenge?
I'm missing E,I,J,O,Q,T,U,X,Y,Z at the moment. If I read the MR James, I will get J, as well as the 1900s, but the rest is looking unlikely. I do have a Roger Zelazny and a Kate Elliott in my TBR, but I doubt I will get to them before the end of the year.

(If I count short fiction I can cross off a few more, from the Hugo shortlists. Definitely T and Y. Maybe more.)

I finished The Crime At Black Dudley last night. I enjoyed it. The mystery aspect was a little weak, especially the motive, but it was a fun read. I'm going to be starting Forerunner by Andre Norton next. Mainly because it's on my Kobo, and I haven't used that for a while.
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