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I got so many good ideas about new books to try from the
last post. What about those authors that you just can't
wait to read again? It's hard to narrow mine down, but
I'll try:

James Patterson
Dorothea Benton Frank
Harlan Coben
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On 2/23/08, muinteoir wrote:
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>> Dorothea Benton Frank
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> Oh! Me too! My mother was from that part of the country, and
> when I read Frank's stories I can hear and see my mother and
> aunt saying what the character are saying. Her books reach
me
> on two levels:...See More
Mar 1, 2008
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> I like Fannie Flagg and LOVE Margaret George (Although I
> didn't like Helen of Troy very much, and I don't really know
> why).

Lorna Landvik reminds me a bit of Fannie Flagg. Quirky
characters, light reading.
Mar 1, 2008
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I have discovered Jodi Picoult. Once I get started in f one of
her books I am lost to the world for a couple of days!
Apr 6, 2008
Tricia I agree with you Jodi Picoult--her books are gripping, real life, and full of surprises my favorites Plain Truth, Keeping Faith, Vanishing Acts, 19 Minutes (high school shooting) I also love Kristin Hannah--Magic Hour, and recently Firefly Lane I am 45 years old, but I loved the Twilight Series also--for young teens--most of our teachers at my camp...See More
May 28, 2008
Randy One of my all time favorite authors is Neil Gaiman.
Jun 18, 2008


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