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I am working on a great one; can't put it down. "Three Bags Full". I need to have one lined up for when this one is finished.
 

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Harlan Coben is good. His book "Gone for Good" got me hooked on him, outstanding.<br><br>
Mystic River by Dennis Lehane was good, but I liked some of his other books better. "Gone, Baby Gone" is incredible. His other books are definitely worth reading also.
 

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"Duma Key" by Stephen king, kind of old school king.<br><br><br>
A painter has a rather strange muse, the dead.<br><br>
Sorry, but horror is as close to mystery as I get.
 

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I love mystery novels. I am a huge fan of Elizabeth George. And my favorite is Dorothy Sayers. For some reason, I really like historical mysteries, victorian and middle ages.
 

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I could PM you my author list if you are interested. Mysteries are almost all I read.<br><br>
What type do you like? Funny? Historical? Realistic?
 

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I have enjoyed every book by Vince Flynn. <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif">
 

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Oh I havent read that one yet...but dont read it first. PM me your addy and can mail you the first three in the series. I have them on my shelf waiting to be sold back to a used bookstore anyway!
 

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I'm just about to sit down and read "The Moonstone" by Wilkie Collins. DW highly recommends it, and it is regarded as the first English language detective novel.
 
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