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  • I desperately need a good book!

    Please can anyone recommend one of those "can't put down" books?

    I'm just about to finish a John Grisham thriller and I haven't got a back-up so I need to find one quickly.

    Any suggestions chaps??????
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    What about Ian Rankin or Peter Robinson?

    My faves!!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tip Top View Post
      What about Ian Rankin or Peter Robinson?

      My faves!!
      Do they write thrillers? Don't know anything about these two
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      • #4
        Have you read any Karin Slaughter books? They're good crimey thrillery types! Also try 'The Rosary Girls' and 'The Skin Gods' by Richard Montanari. 'Relentless' by Simon Kernwick is wonderful, really gripping!

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        • #5
          Tokyo, by some woman, cant remember who but it was a good read.

          Other recomendations that are not thrillers, Wuthering Heights,Dreamstory(Eyes Wide shut) and The Picture fo Dorian Grey.
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          • #6
            James Patterson is also very good and they're Thrillers.
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            • #7
              I love James Herbeart, more horror than thriller I think
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              • #8
                Originally posted by caketopper View Post
                I love James Herbeart, more horror than thriller I think

                Is he anything like James Herbert?

                Dean Koontz has moved into thriller type stuff - The Good Guy, for example.
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                • #9
                  Thanks everyone

                  I've got a few to go on there. I thought Dean Koontz was a bit sci-fi?
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by littlesnuggler View Post
                    I've got a few to go on there. I thought Dean Koontz was a bit sci-fi?

                    I think he used to be horror, but he's done some good thrillers recently.

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                    • #11
                      Tut..............how quickly we forget Harry Potter..........!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by littlesnuggler View Post
                        Do they write thrillers? Don't know anything about these two
                        Crime books - detective solving murders etc....
                        Good reads!!

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                        • #13
                          I would have to second Peter Robinson (fantastic), Karin Slaughter is great and Tokoyo, if it's the one I'm thinking of is by Mo Hader - again it's brilliant. The Time Travellers Wife (Audrey Niffeniger) is fantastic as are any of Philip Pullman's books. His Dark Materials Trilogy is one (well three!) of my faves. Also good is The 39 Steps by John Buchan, The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly (sp) and I love Silas Marner - bit tricky to get into but great when you do. I also loved Lord of the Rings but then I am a bit of a geek!
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                          • #14
                            Hi

                            Originally posted by littlesnuggler View Post
                            Please can anyone recommend one of those "can't put down" books?

                            I'm just about to finish a John Grisham thriller and I haven't got a back-up so I need to find one quickly.

                            Any suggestions chaps??????
                            Have you tried Dan Brown i dont mean the da vinci code, try Angels & Demons its not a horror, or deception point, another good author is patrica Cornwell she has a few good ones,, she is a pathologist, better than the tv programmes ( silent witness ) hope this helps
                            Juliex

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Beadsage View Post
                              Tut..............how quickly we forget Harry Potter..........!
                              Who's he then?
                              It's never too late to gyrate!

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