What We’re Reading on the Way to the Polls

Mysteristas and readers – tell us in the comments what you are reading on this historic election day.

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11 thoughts on “What We’re Reading on the Way to the Polls”

  1. I’m reading Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep. King is such an incredible storyteller, but this book is making me so uncomfortable that I might have to bail.

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  2. I’m reading Elon Musk: Inventing the Future by Ashlee Vance. It’s so inspiring to read about someone who makes seemingly impossible dreams into a reality! Completely fascinating.

    Sue, hang in there with Dr. Sleep if you can! I really enjoyed that book, especially the *POW* ending. Stephen King is truly a masterful storyteller.

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  3. I’m reading ALL THE MISSING GIRLS by Megan Miranda — it’s the mystery of a girls disappearance told in reverse. It’s awesome.

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  4. SOMEONE IS WATCHING by Joy Fielding. Pretty good except I keep waiting for the protagonist to get her game on. It looks like I might have to dig out my copy of DOCTOR SLEEP. Thanks, guys. Oh, and recently I had a DNF audiobook. It was a Kellerman, VICTIMS.

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  5. Our polls have closed here in So. Florida, (Hendry County at least) so while I’m waiting for the returns, I’m reading Gone and Done It by Maggie Toussaint. It is delightful. For inspiration I’m reading Writes of Passage edited by the incomparable Hank Ryan. Doctor Sleep has me intrigued. Don’t know if I’ll ever read it, but it has stories swirling in my head!

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