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Take my job, take my money.

Take my bed, my roof, my house.

Take my clothes, take my shoes.

Take my coffee, my wine, my chocolate.

But leave my books…please leave my books.

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Fictional Gravely Falls, Colorado sits on the outskirts of ski country with beautiful views, wonderful landscapes… and murder. Dorothy Collins, the most beautiful woman in town is dead, mauled to death by a bear. Sheriff Hank Crenshaw thinks differently, a bear wouldn’t cause a nice clean slice across her neck. Lisa Hubbard, known around town for her crazy talk about UFO’s and seeing dead presidents, knows the truth about the murder. Will anyone believe her or will they think she has gone crazy.

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#Classic Read: #Dracula by Bram Stoker

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DRACULA by Bram Stoker
Rating: 4/5 stars

In a huge, desolate castle in the dark forests of Transylvania, an Englishman is held captive and awaits his terrible fate. In a suburb of London, a beautiful young woman is plagued by a mysterious illness that seems to suck the very blood from her veins. it is an unspeakably evil force that threatens their lives: the centuries-old vampire, Dracula.

The extraordinary horror of this tale in which the restless dead are pitted against the living has held generations of readers spellbound (description from Goodreads)

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I’ve finally read it. It only took me about three attempts, but I’ve read the classic horror/vampire novel Dracula. I attempted the book a few years ago by both reading it and listening to it. At the time it just didn’t work for me. The epistolary novel isn’t always my cup of tea, even though the…

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