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  1. Ok, so I'm going to try this year to generate discussion about some books in this section. Since last year, I've been trying to read more new books--keep abreast, as it were, of whatever's going on out there. And that year, as with this, I started out with a Dave Robicheaux novel by James Lee Burke. Now, I know that other people on this board dig Burke--MLeary, for one, if I recall--so it seems sensible to have a thread on him. For myself, I've now read three Burke novels: Crusader's Cross (2005), Robicheaux (2018), and now The New Iberia Blues (2019). I've got handfuls of the other novel
  2. Thread linkage: I Want to Believe thread one. Thread two. X-Files 3 Has it really been seven years since the 2008 movie? And before that--ten years between movie 1 and movie 2 and six years between the end of the series and the second movie (with the first one coming in the middle of the series run). And it's twenty-two years since the show debuted in 1993. It was also very much of-its-time, with the paranoia etc etc etc closely echoing some of the popular sentiment of the 1990s; it could be that the reason the 2008 film wasn't quite as momentous--in spite of the gap between series a
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