What book are you reading right now?
Mar 17, 2021 at 8:14 PM Post #5,086 of 5,096

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So does Kyle Mills' writing compare well with Vince Flynn's ... is it a good continuation?
I read a few of Tom Clancy's books, the later ones. Thanks for the new tip. Oh, and I agree that Joe Pike is a badass.
I looked at your profile - nice gear. Have you heard the LCD-4?

To stay on-thread, my wife has started on the Sue Grafton series featuring Kinsey Millhone. She is enjoying it.

Kyle Mills is pretty good - and I don't feel it was a huge dropoff from Vince.

Have not heard the LCD-4 - just the LCD-2C, which I like.

A few other authors for you and others since I know you read a lot - David Baldacci, John Grisham, Ben Coes (only has a few books but they are excellent), Brad Thor, Alex Berenson, Michael Connelly (the Bosch series based on his books), Jeffrey Deaver, Harlan Coben, Mark Greaney.

Love this thread - and thanks for the Sue Grafton tip. I think I've read a couple of her books earlier on.
 
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I am into searching new books now after finishing Lord of the flies by W. Golding. Its classic novel but interesting for readers. But lately I do not much many time for reading because I am student and need to prepare for exams and buy lab report
 
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To Kill A Mockingbird

I have had my copy for years but had never read it, so felt that I should finally read it.
 
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Finished all the Robert Crais books and loved 'em - especially
the Elvis Cole / Joe Pike series. Now I'm on to Michael Connelly
starting with this book, his first, from 1992. Looking forward to
meet Harry Bosch. Thanks @Oregonian for the ideas :)
 
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