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January 12, 2008



My list is here (split into fives):

I've only read one book on your list, but am looking forward to the Crais when it is out in PB over here.

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Yuck! Daniel Silva? I'm not sure why people are creaming their pants over the latest Huston novel, kids in trouble novels really aren't my thing, I was about as disappointed with this Charlie Huston novel as I was when I read Donna Tart's second book. I'm more of a Hank Thomson guy myself.

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If you like suspense, mystery and thrillers I have just posted the Top 10 Thriller Novels I've read over the last couple years at: http://toptenthrillernovels.blogspot.com/

Enjoy! =)

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The watchmen is the best graphic novel I've ever seen, in the other hand the cinematographic version was a crap.


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Definitely my favorite is "The Crime Writer" by Gregg Hurwitz, this book is awesome I love it, because I am a writer so I feel like identified with this story, I like so much crime stories becuase are really interesting, so if you have not read it yet I recommend you to buy this book.

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