Reading is the foundation of thinking. Of course, reading George Eliot’s novels will likely lead to very different thoughts than those that result from exposure to the deathless prose of  Jaqueline Susann.

The Spinster Librarian reads everything. What else does she have to do after the cat has been fed, the kitchen floor cleaned and she’s watched every re-run of Columbo stored on the Tivo?

Follow the link to find reviews of the random assortment of books she’s read over the years. Some are great, some are nonsense. Just like life itself.

The Spinster Librarian Solo Book Club

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