Episode 44 - New Books/Old Friends. Netgalley browsing. Dave's book review, and Our friend Lea!
David, Kathy, and Lea sit down this week to catch up and hang out. Lea is an old friend of ours from here in Ft Wayne and only the day before the podcast recording did we realize that we only lived about a half mile from each other's houses! It was good to catch up with her and you'll be hearing a lot more of her on the podcast from here on out! David reads his review of Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen by Lois McMaster Bujold (her latest novel in the Vorkosigan Saga) and Kathy describes some of the books she's read this past week. Then the crew picks three books from Netgalley that you all might find interesting! Enjoy!
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