What book are you reading right now?
Mar 17, 2021 at 8:14 PM Post #5,086 of 5,114

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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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Now I had the opportunity to read Arthur Miller's long-forgotten book. One day I came across an essay about this book and remembered reading it as a teenager, so I decided to reread it. I like this story more and more with each reading. Such books ignite the imagination. After all, the classic is always appropriate to read. That is why I recommend reading this book.
 
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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 :)

Love those, read them all. You may also like the Memory Man series by David Baldacci.

Or Joe Picket.

Or Mike Bowditch.

And of course, Walt Longmire.

Leephorn and Chee is also excellent.

And since you're reading Connelly, the Lincoln Lawyer series will come into play.
 
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Love those, read them all. You may also like the Memory Man series by David Baldacci.

Or Joe Picket.

Or Mike Bowditch.

And of course, Walt Longmire.

Leephorn and Chee is also excellent.

And since you're reading Connelly, the Lincoln Lawyer series will come into play.
Yeah we read all the Baldacci's. My favorites were the Camel Club and Amos Decker (Memory Man) series.
Thanks for the tip about new (for me) authors - I appreciate that.
So far, Harry Bosch is proving a better investigator than Elvis Cole (no small feat) but he's also a very troubled man. Hope he gets some breaks going forward :)
Oh, and Annette (wife) just started on Brad Thor's Scott Harvath series.
 

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