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What (or Who) Should I Read Next?
 
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P.S. - 12:26am Jun 28, 1998 PST(#146 of 1002)

Has anyone read "The Genesis Code" by John Case? At first I wasn't sure I'd like it, but really ended up enjoying it. I really hadn't heard much about it. Supposedly same author coming out with "First Horseman" in August. Any comments?


Dover Ben - 04:17pm Jun 29, 1998 PST(#147 of 1002)

The Oath by Frank E. Peretti is his best book yet. It's jam-packed with mystery, suspense and meaning. It's a thick book but anyone who reads it will fly through it! Read it or wonder.


Meredith Mahler - 08:47am Jun 30, 1998 PST(#148 of 1002)

Pam,

For some more British mysteries, try Martha Grimes, Jonathan Gash and Dick Francis. Not every book is set in England, but the majority are.

I would love to chat with anyone who wants to discuss a good mystery. I need to catch up on the good ones. E-mail me at mkjsab3@aol.com and lets talk. I love almost all types except historical mysteries.


Janelle - 06:50pm Jul 6, 1998 PST(#149 of 1002)

I'm in the middle of Sandra Scoppettone's Gonna Take An Homicidal Journey. It's fifth in a series that features Lauren Laurano P.I. Has anyone else read her?


Janelle - 07:05pm Jul 8, 1998 PST(#150 of 1002)

Scoppettone's Gonna Take A Homicidal Journey was a terrific read! It was one of the best so far in the series! :-o)!


Gary Galbraith - 08:19pm Jul 8, 1998 PST(#151 of 1002)

Does anyone have any info on Richard Starks books about the character Parker? I read one (I think the first one) in 1963, and have been looking for it to read again. His comeback book "Comeback" came out last year. I would love to find out how to get the rest of his works. My email is galbrait@kmrmail.kmr.ll.mit.edu. The .ll. are two elles.


Janelle - 08:32pm Jul 13, 1998 PST(#152 of 1002)

I discovered a new writer! Echo Heron. She writes medical thrillers/mysteries. The name of the book is Pulse. It features a nurse named Adele Monsarrat. I've never read anything like this before! I enjoy Adele and her bestfriend Cynthia trying to solve the mystery. It's different from what I'm used to reading. I highly recommend reading Pulse. *Harry Levi, I finally have your book Chain Of Custody and I'll start on it right away!*


Maggie O'Neil - 04:41pm Jul 15, 1998 PST(#153 of 1002)

Thanks for the recommendation (Pulse). I'm going to the library soon, and am looking for a new medical thriller to read. Have you read any Stanley (I think) Pottinger? He wrote The Fourth Procedure in 1995. I've never run into anyone who's heard of him. It was teriffic!


Janelle - 06:48pm Jul 17, 1998 PST(#154 of 1002)

Yes, Maggie I did read The 4th Procedure! It was excellent! I hope that you'll like Pulse.


Janelle - 03:05pm Jul 19, 1998 PST(#155 of 1002)

Chain Of Custody- was good! It didn't disappoint me at all! The chapters were short and to the point. The medical and legal jargon was easy to follow. Harry you did good! Can't wait for the next book!


lostluv - 10:57am Jul 23, 1998 PST(#156 of 1002)

Any Dark Shadow fans write me.


Janelle - 10:18pm Jul 26, 1998 PST(#157 of 1002)

Well I just finish reading Echo Heron's newest book called Panic. Panic brings back the very eccentric and quirky nurse Adele Monsarrat. Once again she gets caught up in murder on the infamous Ward 8. But this time the crime hits to close to home. I don't which one I enjoy more Pulse or Panic. They were both fun to read. I have add Echo Heron' name to my must read list.


Cheryle Tomassi - 11:33pm Jul 30, 1998 PST(#158 of 1002)

I like Patricia Cornwell, Sue Grafton and Mary Higgins Clark books to start. When ever I go to the library I try to pick out books from two authors I haven't read yet. This web site really helps me decide who to try next.


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