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'BOOK ASSOCIATION - No 3'

In this game, you're allowed to associate anything with the books that might in some way connect them: words, names, authors, settings, plots etc.

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In this game, you're allowed to associate anything with the books that might in some way connect them: words, names, authors, settings, plots etc.
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This was the last post of the previous thread...
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I was going to mention this time around that it would be helpful to indicate how the books are connected. Sometimes it's obvious, and other times I have to look it up.
By the way, Plum's Book Game has over 700 posts in the thread. Why don't you start a new one there?
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Laura Jean Libbey's books were considered 'dime' novels, a reference to the cost (cheap); they're comparable to today's mass market paperbacks, especially romance novels .

@lovemylife - I'm glad you suggested that we show the connection; it makes it more fun to see how Bookcrossers' minds work ;-)
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Authors' initials - M. M.
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Joey was a war horse in world War 2 and Chips was a war dog in the same war.
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Same direction ;-)
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Going West in covered wagons.
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one word title
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Meyer Lansky and Lucky Luciano were associates in the mob.
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It's the story of Mr. March, father of 'the little women' .
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Both books deal with communism and oppression in China.
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Orangutans are the connection.
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David Axton and Dean Koontz are the same person.
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Both about treasures underwater
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Both are debut novels.
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Both are Canadian authors
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Both are collections of short stories
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Both books are written by an Irish author, set in Ireland.

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bump

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Booker Prize winners
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Both stories involving a shipwreck.
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Both are told in the first person.
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Mark Twain = Samuel Clemens
Richard Bachman = Stephen King

Both wrote under pen names.
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Both books take place in Ohio.
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Both books were published in l987

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