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Ruby Emerald
Ruby Emerald
Super Steeper

Jul-27-2006 03:15

I know we already have the Sleuths Bookshelf, but people there talk about their general tastes, what books they liked in childhood etc. I'd like all of us to share with others what we are reading now, do we like it or not and to recommend the books we like. Possibly we could have a similar thread for movies.

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Ms Helen
Ms Helen
Con Artist

Jul-11-2008 23:28

I'm read Patricia Cornwell's Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper case closed at the moment. It took me a little while to get into the book because of the way it's written but now I'm really enjoying it.

detectivehappy
detectivehappy
Old Shoe

Jul-12-2008 11:26

I read the Twilight series and The Host. The books are sooo good. However, if you don't like vampires (don't know how anyone wouldn't like vampires) the books probably aren't for you.

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Jul-21-2009 16:30

Time to revive this thread. I just bought 3 books from Amazon and don't know which to read first.

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (Agatha Christie) And I still like to call it the Murdr of dan Ackroyd but then a certain player of this game called me names! ;-)

Murder at Vicarage (Agatha Christie)

The Scarecrow (Michael Connely)

I'll probably go with Dan Ackroyd first but am still undecided at this point until the arrive at my doorstep!

Ms Helen
Ms Helen
Con Artist

Jul-21-2009 17:18

hehehe I love Dan Ackroyd in Blues Brothers.

Anyway this year I've got into reading Karin Slaughter courtesy of the other half's mum who bought me one of her books for christmas. I couldn't put the first book down. I've read all but one of the books now and with each book the only reason I've put it down is because I've fallen asleep :)

And Ctown I'd read The Scarecrow first......then you can tell me if it's any good :D

Keira Ann
Keira Ann
Huntsman

Jul-21-2009 22:34

Just finished Duma Key by Stephen King. Very good.
I am now starting Lord of The Rings, since everyone I know has seen the movies or read the books.

yoyofoshow
yoyofoshow
Old Shoe

Jul-22-2009 04:58

I finished the Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein a couple days ago. I always like to have some non-fiction on hand to kill some time or help me get to sleep.

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Jul-25-2009 01:00

I just finished The Scarecrow. Good book Ms. Helen, not what I wanted as its a thriller instead of a mystery.

Now onto my next one, "The Murder of DAN Ackroyd" I think John Belushi did it! ;-)

Sam the Rose
Sam the Rose
Old Shoe

Aug-26-2009 13:21

I read a good psycho who dun it type: Discovering the Body. Not noir but good.
Harlan Corban's latest was good too.
Anyone ever read Ian Rankin? I've read most of his this last year. Not the last Rebus or the latest, tho. He writes well.


Sam the Rose
Sam the Rose
Old Shoe

Aug-30-2009 14:45

every time I see your name, ctown, I read CLOWN 28.
so applogise dozens of times and a few more dozen in advance!

what is ctown?

Rosamund Clifford
Rosamund Clifford
Tale Spinner

Aug-31-2009 11:12

I'm reading The Death Maze by Ariana Franklin, a twelfth century murder mystery which holds a special interest to me because the victim is none other than - Rosamund Clifford. The real one, who was the favourite mistress of Henry II of England. Half of it is historically improbable, if not impossible, but not uninteresting all the same. I'd recommend it only to history addicts like myself :)

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