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No, I haven't read J.A. Jance but have seen her name. The Sheriff series sounds different and interesting!! What type of occupation does Allison Reynolds have? I'll be on the lookout for some of her used paperbacks and try her.
I love getting recommendations of new good authors although I am "up to my ears" with the authors I find favorites already!!!
I now have FEARLESS FOURTEEN and will be starting it very shortly so that I can also let my friend read it. Then I have the other 3 Janet E. older paperbacks to read and return to the same friend. So my "work" is cut out for me!!!
That's smart to listen to books on your ipod when you do your workouts!!!! Especially if they make you move faster!!
Greetings to all. I am new to the group and look foward to hearing about recommendations for good books to read. Since the thread seems to be on mysteries, has anyone read books by Richard Montanari? If I am reading a "who dunnit?" I want to be guessing who did do it until the very end of the story and this author does a great job maintaining the suspense. I've just read Merciless and it kept me guessing until the very end. His books takes place in and around the Philadelphia area. I have just started Ken Follett's The Pillars of the Earth. At 900 plus pages, it is quite a tome but what a great story. You just want to curl up in a chair and make the rest of the world go away until you finish the book. A number of years ago I read Eye of the Needle, and I remember that as a very good book too.