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    The Plot Against America, by Philip Roth

    So far, so good

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Priestess
    Finished "He's Just Not That Into You" by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo. A great book that every woman should read.
    I haven't had much time to read lately - but I read this in a night. Great stuff, for sure. Required reading for all you ladies out there!! And if you miss the book, you can catch the movie soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicesave39
    Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz - decent story, quick read, typical Koontz with a little Stephen King feel to it

    She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb - pretty funny, enjoyed it

    Summer Sisters by Judy Bloom - classic Judy, great story, fun to read

    I'm just starting the Lovely Bones now.
    I've read all of these - you're freakin me out!

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    Just finished reading "The 5 people you meet in heaven."

    Tomorrow I'm going to go out and get The DaVinci Code and...



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    Shadow Warriors Inside the Special Forces by Tom Clancy with General Carl Stiner (Ret.) and Tony Koltz. I'm also still reading Combat: The War With Japan.

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    Just finished the DaVinci Code. It was pretty interesting...I liked it. I think now I'm going to have to go out and buy Angels and Demons. I'm also going to grab (on the recommendations of this thread) Einstein: The Life and Times by Ronald W. Clark. In fact, I think that's going to be the one I start next...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vortex
    Just finished the DaVinci Code. It was pretty interesting...I liked it. I think now I'm going to have to go out and buy Angels and Demons. I'm also going to grab (on the recommendations of this thread) Einstein: The Life and Times by Ronald W. Clark. In fact, I think that's going to be the one I start next...
    You have impeccable taste.

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    Can't speak highly enough about Dan Brown. Finished all four of his books and wasn't disappointed at all.

    Currently in the middle of "The Firefly" by P.T. Deutermann >link< .



    His writing is very much along the lines of Tom Clancy. This novel concerns espionage, murder, government law enforcement agency politics. Very well written and interesting.

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    Follow Up: Finished London Bridges by James Patterson a few days ago. Enjoyed it like I knew I would but the worst Alex Cross book to date. Cross feels like an afterthought in this book and I thought just seems hastily written. Now moving on to Body Double by Tess Gerritsen.

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    After I get it for X-mas, I'll be reading this:

    This week, to better understand what's going on with the Dodgers right now, it's
    I will see you...in the next life

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