Here are my September 2007 picks for Relaxation Book of the Month. Go ahead and sit down with these two books.
I'm sure you will enjoy them as much as I did. If you disagree with my selections or want to add your comments, feel free to use the form provided at the bottom of this page.
I will include them on this page for others to see. Of course, I only publish comments relevant to the books that I recommend but if you have a suggestion for a book of month, let me know and I'll start reading right away.
My relaxation book of the month for September 2007 is Dead Simple, a Detective Superintendent Grace Mystery, by Peter James.
Peter James is such an awesome fiction writer that I couldn't help but finish the book in one sitting. The story starts out with a group of friends on a pub crawl for Michael Harrison's stag party.
Michael being a prankster, he expected his stag party to include a few pranks, but he wasn't prepared for the extreme prank that his friends pulled on him.
When his friends' plan suddenly goes wrong, there is no one there to help Michael who is trapped in a coffin.
Peter James keeps surprising you with a new twist or new details about the characters every chapter. Amazing read.
My non-fiction relaxation book of the month for September 2007 is The Palm Decoder by Tre McCamley.
For those of you who are curious about palmistry or reading the lines of your palms, this book provides lots of pictures with detailed explanations to help you understand the basics of palmistry.
Whether you believe in palmistry, are entertained by it or simply curious about it, this book is a great introduction to what palmistry has to offer.
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