The Mists of Avalon
Marion Zimmer Bradley

Amazon's Review:
Here is the magical legend of King Arthur, vividly retold through the eyes and lives of the women who wielded power from behind the throne. A spellbinding novel, an extraordinary literary achievement, THE MISTS OF AVALON will stay with you for a long time to come....

Amazon's Synopsis
The legends of King Arthur come to life in the extraordinary stories of the women in his life--including his half-sister Morgaine, a high-priestess of the religion of the Mother Goddess, and his beautiful wife Gwynhefar, torn between her duty and her love for Lancelot. Book available.

THE definite Camelot/Arthur/Guinevere/Merlin story, BECAUSE it is told from a woman's point of view.

Revolution in the Head :
The Beatles' Records
and the Sixties

Ian MacDonald

Amazon's Notes:
Assessing the cultural influence of the Beatles from a historical perspective, a music historian and journalist traces the group's musical evolution, analyzes their music within the context of twentieth-century pop music, and examines their creative process.

Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear
Ed McBain

Amazon's Review:
This time around Matthew Hope finds himself in southern Florida and in a mess. A woman he's representing is suing a toy manufacturer she says stole her idea. The problem is, the president of the toy company was murdered, and guess who's the prime suspect? The other problem--or problems--is that Hope's primary private investigator winds up on a boat kidnapped by drug runners leaving Hope, who is still smarting from gunshot wounds he collected in other adventures, to contact by himself the subjects for the investigation, all of whom reside on boats. Got that? He does get some help, in the form of an old-school PI named Guthrie Lamb, who throws in his techniques to try to crack this rather nutty case.

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