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Hi IS9270 - I'll put Ashley Gardner on my list of authors to look into.  I do like mysteries a lot.  Have read most of the books by Baldacci, C.J. Box, Clancy, Connelly, Cornwell,Crichton, Demille, Grisham, Kellerman, Lescroat, Patterson and S. King - as well as many lesser known writers.

 

 My favorite mystery writer is Stephen White.  He is a clinical psychologist/author living in Colorado.  His main character in most of his books is a clinical psychologist living in Colorado.  He really knows whereof he writes. Smiley Happy

 

Happy Reading

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Since you like mysteries you may want to check out the "Captain Lacey" mysteries by Ashley Gardner. There are 12 books so far and I know another one is in the works. I have started to post reviews of the books I read.
Lindy Witz
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Glad you enjoyed The Guilty. David Baldacci is one of my favorite authors. I just read Total Control a few weeks ago. Love all of the King/Maxwell series.
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Hi Lindy Witz,
Sounds like an interesting read. I have not read much in the way of fantasy. I like mysteries, true and fictional histories and an occasional biography.
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Thank you for the great recommendation. It is on my future reading list.
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Great hearing from you too.  Sent you a Christmas card but it came back.  Guess you moved.  Message me your new address.

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Janese, it is so good to see you.  I am still posting here but have been too busy to breathe for the last 2 months or so.  Please do visit often!!

 

We all miss Edie and wonder how she is doing.  So many friends and great readers have stopped posting.

hoc voluērunt
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Just finished "ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE" by Anthony Doerr.

 

It is a winner of the Pulitzer Prize.

 

A really excellent story,  extremely well written.  I loved it!

 

Highly recommend to everyone!

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Hi bonjovi,
I am currently reading Dragons Lost by Daniel Arenson (it's fantasy). He writes some fantastic trilogies about the dragons of Requiem which are about the trials and tribulations of the humans that can turn into dragons (Vir Requis). As a history major and world events watcher, his stories reflect on the nature of humans not willing to accept any one different from them (the Vir Requis).
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It's been a long time since I posted here.  I started this group and would love to get it going again.  Not quite sure how it works now.  I left because I didn't care for the changes but miss everyone so hopefully I will figure it out.

Currently reading Murder at the Opera by Margaret Truman.  It is in large print making it a very easy read.  I've read a few others by her and have always enjoyed them.  Love reading about the Washington D.C. area since I have been there several times and know exactly where she is referring.

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