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    I was a big fan of Myron & Win when they were regulars in the 90's/00's. Then he brought them back for a "one off" in 2016 which somehow didn't seem just as good.

    I'll be interested to see how Win performs on his own, when my library finally let me have a copy

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    Thereís nothing better than a good Myron and win book so itís just the perfect duo and I used to enjoy the stories. I donít do of course young adult books so I didnít read any book that had to do with MyronĎs nephew.
    And I loved the Lucas Davenport books pre-him getting married and kids ... he was awesome!
    I guess I look forward to the Will Trent books by Karen Slaughter most each year and then Janet Evanovichís Stephanie Plum Ranger and Joe Morelli books oh and you canít forget Lula! Ha! But I read several series...


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    Cry Baby - Mark Billingham. Tom Thorne series, one of my favourite series. This is a prequel. Very good. Set in London
    Still Life - Val McDermid. Another good one, latest in the Karen Pirie series. Set in Scotland
    Consequences - RC Bridgestock. Written by a former Yorkshire policeman and his wife. Set local to me, its nice to be able to accurately picture the locations
    Blunt Force - Lynda La Plante. In the Jane Tennyson series. Actually released late last year but I missed it somehow

    I have just had notification from the library that Harlan Coben's win is ready for me to collect. I will be there tomorrow or Monday for it.

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    Good to hear thank you for all the information I donít know any of those but I will look them up in the book WIN I enjoyed read it within two nights I hope you enjoy it


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    I'm stuck on a listening loop of The Shape of Night by Tess Gerritsen ...

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    I've finished Harlan Coben's Win. I liked it, something a little different.

    Now onto Judas Horse by Lynda La Plante

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    Started on Mike Grist - Saint Justice, 1st book in a series, it's meant to be Reacher like, so, we will see
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    let us know!

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    John Grisham has a new book out (Sooley) about a kid from Sudan who is a basketball prodigy and comes to America to play in some kind of exhibition tournament and while he is here Sudan descends into civil war. His family is there and he is here. He decides his only chance to get them out is through basketball. So yeah, it's not a quick solution. That's a real basic synopsis. I've always liked Grisham novels so I'm gong to give that one a go.
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    I've never read one - watched the movies tho.

    I'm behind - I need to read: Ocean Prey(Sandford), The Maze(DeMille), Jungle Up(N. Pirog), The Russian (J. Patterson), Funeral for a Friend (B. Freeman) & others.....

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