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Thursday, July 19, 2018

365 Groovy Books Worth Reading #250 - 274


Today I continue my list of 365 Groovy Books Worth Reading (in random order). Click here for the previous 249 books - and click on a title for more information or to purchase a copy:

250) Still Talking (1991) by Joan Rivers (with Richard Meryman)


251) Myra Breckinridge (1968) by Gore Vidal


252) The Love Machine (1969) by Jacqueline Susann


253) Me and My Shadows: A Family Memoir (1998) by Lorna Luft


254) Buddies (1986) by Ethan Mordden


255) Tinseltown: Murder, Morphine, and Madness at the Dawn of Hollywood (2014) by William J. Mann


256) Doris Day: Her Own Story (1975) by A.E. Hotchner


257) Rock Hudson: His Story (1986) by Rock Hudson and Sara Davidson


258) Blue Heaven (1988) by Joe Keenan


259) Fire Island (1970) by Burt Hirschfeld


260) Robert Altman: The Oral Biography (2009) by Mitchell Zuckoff


261) The Dead Zone (1979) by Stephen King


262) The Cider House Rules (1985) by John Irvingt


263) The Group (1963) by Mary McCarthy


264) The Best of Everything (1958) by Rona Jaffe


265) There Are Worse Things I Could Do (2006) by Adrienne Barbeau


266) The Mayor of Castro Street: The Life and Times of Harvey Milk (1982) by Randy Shilts


267) Ava: My Story (1990) by Ava Gardner


268) Numbers (1967) by John Rechy


269) Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine (2017) by Joe Hagan


270) The Essential Dykes To Watch Out For (2008) by Alison Bechdel


271) Living Upstairs (1993) by Joseph Hansen


272) Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly (2000) by Anthony Bourdain


273) Hardy Boys Mystery Stories: The Twisted Claw (1939/1969) by Franklin W. Dixon


274) The Man from C.A.M.P. (1966) by Don Holliday (aka Victor J. Banis)

2 comments:

Alan Scott said...

I'm curious as to why you chose that particular Hardy Boys mystery? :) I loved them all!

Deep Dish said...

I still own a few Hardy Boys books so I just chose one to represent all of those that I read years ago.