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  • I'm going to start on J.A. Konrath Complete Cases: Stop a Murder -- it's 5 cases in short books .... my sister says they're good!

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    • Onto James Patterson's 3rd book in the Alex Cross series, Jack & Jill
      I haven't failed, i've merely found 10,000 reasons why it didn't work

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      • Whoa! Those were some of my first read books ! I really liked them!!!

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        • It's several weeks since I gave a list of my readings but there are only 8 on the list. I don't know why but I don't seem to read as much as I used to.

          Robert Goddard - This is the night they came for you, Abandoned this before half way. I have read lots by this author and really liked them. They are all standalones. This latest did not float my boat
          Lynda La Plante - Vanished. As usual for this lady - good
          Brian Mcgilloway - The empty room. It's a few years since I read one by this author but it was very good
          No less the devil - Stuart MacBride, This is the night they came for you, Abandoned this before half way. I have read lots by this author and really liked them
          Murder at Flaxton Isle - Greg Wilson. New author to me, free Kindle book. Good
          The murder book - Mark Billingham. The latest in the Tom Thorne series, which I like, although this one perhaps not as good as others
          The adulterer's handbook - Sam Anthony. New author to me, quite a few sex scenes if that offends anyone. The biggest disappointment was the fact that the story does not end here. Murders have been committed but I will need to find the next in the series to find out if the perp is apprehended.
          No way back - Rick Mofina. This man is always a decent read

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