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Old 01-13-2005, 02:44 PM   #86
Mtbrncofn
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Originally Posted by Tredici
I thought Odd was an entertaining enough read but I wouldn't put it in any best category.

Give Connelly a shot, he has a great character in Harry Bosch. I really like his stuff. I read most Robert Crais and James Lee Burke, too, which are similar type stuff.

Actually I read about anything. For anyone who likes the twisty turny, agents, double agent type stuff give Persuader by Lee Child a try.

Oh yeah, All The Lovely Bones by Alice Siebold (I think that's the name) was a good book.

Cool. Thanks, Tre. I am always on the lookout for new authors. I have this habit of finding one I like, then reading everything I can get my hands on by them, then being bummed because I've read it all.

The thriller, twisty turny, mystery types are my favorites.

Have you ever read the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon, Tre? They are some of the best books I have ever read. Very long, but well worth it, IMO. I wouldn't really know how to categorize them. Lots of Scottish history, romance, time travel, etc. Really a little bit of everything.
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