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What (or Who) Should I Read Next?
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Brad Strickland - 12:24pm Aug 9, 2012 PST(#997 of 1002)

If you miss Travis McGee, you might try Ken McKea's "Atlanta Bones" at the Kindle store.

Ken Trucker - 12:32pm May 30, 2013 PST(#998 of 1002)

Just read 'Murder So Vengeful' by Eugene Lang. A Kindle edition book @ Amazon.Com. I like a 'who dunnit' that I can't solve. A couple of times I thought I had it figured out only to find I was wrong.When Mr.Lang finally revealed the killer I was completely surprised. No; make that shocked. Try it. I know you'll like it.

Ilse hary - 01:40pm May 30, 2013 PST(#999 of 1002)

I have read many books but the mystery by Eugene Lang left me so excited i recommend this book to all who really like a good mystery . If you think you know who the killer is before the end ,think again

DeeGee - 08:58am Jun 1, 2013 PST(#1000 of 1002)
A birth certificate shows you were born. A death certificate shows you have died. A photo album shows you have lived.

I've been a total "girl" recently and read the "Spying in High Heels Mysteries" by Gemma Halliday. Gave me a giggle and a mystery thrown in. Worth the read if you want something that's a light hearted mystery. IMHO.

Now started on the Calamity Jayne series. Done the first book which held my attention enough to go onto the next.

Again a light hearted mystery. I don't feel in the mood to concentrate on anything too heavy at the moment.

I've just passed all of my Peter Robinson books onto my Mum, she's been engrossed in them. Also another writer that I recommend. :o)

kirsten b - 09:15am Aug 8, 2013 PST(#1001 of 1002)

I have been reading the "Jack Daniels" series by J. A. Konrath. They are good books. Too bad I couldn't get them in order. I already know what happens later because I have had to go back and forth.

Fran Hinkel - 09:06am Sep 7, 2015 PST(#1002 of 1002)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

My all time favorites are the Alex Cross novels by James Patterson. Think the last one, "The Return of Alex Cross" might be one of the best yet. Also reading another of his, Truth or Die, not an Alex Cross one but really has me hooked. Every time I think I've found a spot to take a break, I keep on reading. I think that is one of Patterson's strongest hooks!

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