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I have 2 books which are just not cutting it, so I picked up, the Finishing School, by Michele Marinez, which could be good, I need a page turner from the get go...

I have a stack a mile high, which I can just reach for, why I don't is a mystery to me

I collect mysteries set in Florida, and I have several shelves filled with great ones. Do you know of any I might not have, that you enjoyed?

Waiting for the new ones from Elaine Viets, James Patterson, Stuart Woods, Jackie Collins, Edna Buchanan, Patricia Cornwell [ who sometimes, I cannot get into]...my list of Gotcha from page one authors
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Nicholas Sparks - Dear John. Haven't started it yet, but I really love his books. Anything by James Patterson. He has a new one coming out - 6th Target, part of the Womens Murder Club series. I just ordered 3 new books from my book club. Nora Roberts is always good reading. I'm a Steven King fan too. I am always reading............
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Absolute Fear by Lisa Jackson Read the one before, that has basically the same characters. Every time I start to read, Jim gets that look. He acts like he has been gone for awhile.
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I like Lisa Jackson also.
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Linda, if you like mysteries set in Florida, I would pick up old John D. MacDonald books. Most of them have a colour in the title (e.g., Girl in the Plain Brown Wrapper or Bright Orange for the Shroud) and are based upon a reocurring character Travis McGee. However, I would probably start with the book "The Girl, the Gold Watch, and Everything" (one of my all time favorite books) or "Condominium" which may impact your real estate selection when you move to Florida.

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I'm reading Personal History, the biography of Katharine Graham the publisher of The Washington Post.
Trip, you might enjoy Bob Morris, Jamaica Me Crazy (I think). He used to be a columnist for The Orlando Sentinel. Not as good as Carl Hiaasen but still a good way to while away a few hours.
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I haven't read anything in awhile, but my hubby just finished his 20th James Patterson novels in a row. He says he's taking a break now, and looking at other authors!
I'm lucky if I can get through the day's newspaper these days...

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I can't take credit for recommending this author, as Dave The Wave gave me the scoop on him, but I have recently become hooked on his books as I have already plowed thorugh all of MacDonald books.

This author, Randy Wayne White, lives in Sanibel Fla and his stories are based in florida. He has the doc ford series and you can find more info and the book titles at docford.com
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House, by DS...So far, pretty good, I'm enjoying it.
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Marc, I have Condominium on my shelf unread, will have to grab it soon..I also have some John Mcdonald books. also unread, I found a bunch at a flea market I think.

Randy White I find hard to get into, and have tried many times. Right now I have Stormy Weather, by Carl Hiassen, I am listining to on books on tape,and I am off to the library to get the tape of Skinny Dip..Go figure, I have that book too, unread

If anyone is interested I have some great sites, for mystery lovers. Every time I get to Fll, I go to Murder on the Beach Bookstore in Delray. They have a good site too, where I scoop up some good books.

Last cruise, I called them for Frank Cerabino's books. he is a Palm Beach author who has written The Shady Palms condo series..[loved them] His new series was out, Pelican Park was hard to come by, so they held them for me, till I arrived. They are a fun easy reads, with lots of Florida references of course, so they make me very happy!

Like cruises. so many books, so little time...but with books on tape, I am getting double the pleasure!
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trip stormy weather was good I just read that one last week and loved it.
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Who wrote "Condominium"? Right now I'm almost finished with the book "Daddy's Girl" by Lisa Scottloline. It is not as good as I hoped it would be. Next I am ready to start reading "What the Dead Know" by Laura Lippman.
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Cindy, I have listened to many of Lisa's books on tape...and have enjoyed them..Some are read by a Barbara Rosenberg, I believe, a wonderful actress and reader, one of the best I have listened to.

Condominium is by John D McDonald, aithor of the Travis McGee books mentioned by Marc.
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I seem to be on a reading hiatus. I, too, have a stack but don't reach for any of them. I have read all of John D. Macdonald's books. I enjoy Carl Hiaason, as well.

In my unread pile are Anne Perry, Tony Hillerman, and Susan Isaacs.

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I am reading "the truth behind DOS (Denial of Service) atttacks" in corporate environments and "Identity Theft", regarding personal indentity theft, both good books and I can recommend them for light reading when cruising
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I can't recall if any of her suspense novels are set in Florida, but I really enjoy anything by Mary Higgins Clark. Can't put 'em down!
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I was at Jury Duty for three weeks I started with mystery went to romance and I just had to do it. The last book I took to jury duty was "Runaway Jury" I just can't get enough of the jury stuff.
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Kat, I guess you are going to be trying to "jury rig" things for awhile now?
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Working my way thru all of the Nuala Mc Grail books by Andrew Greely that I had missed. This seris are all titled "Irish" something. Nuala and her husband Dermot are always working on 2 mysteries at time one current time and one 100 years ago. Then on to some more of his that I missed. At times some of his books have some Florida in them but mainly set in Chicago or Ireland.

Waiting for another Stuart Woods to come out and the newest Carol Higgins Clark.
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In the middle of two, I seem to alternate chapters, which is strange. . .

First is The Language of God by Dr. Francis Collins, the guy who decoded the human genome at NIH. Francis is an old friend, and it's always fun to read books written by people you love and respect. He argues eloquently that science and religion can coexist peacefully and even symbiotically. As a world expert on DNA-related things, naturally he understands that Darwin was fundamentally right. But he's also a serious Christian, and in the book he explains how these aspects of his life not only don't conflict, but support each other. Well, there I go again, talking about religion in violation of board policy. Anyway, it's a really good book by a terrific guy.

The second is The City of Falling Angels by John Berendt, the guy who wrote Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. It's about life in Venice, most especially the burning in 1996 of the Fenice--the fabled opera house and theatre in the heart of Venice. The issue is whether or not it was arson, but the book takes many excursions into life in Venice today. Terry was reading it when we were in Venice a few months ago, which led her to suggest that we visit the now rebuilt and restored Fenice. And I'm really glad we did. It is spectacular, and in its way even more handsome than the Scala in Milan. The book isn't an easy read, but I'm enjoying it.
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I just finished Harlan Coben's Promise Me - First time I read one of his books - going to go look for some more - very good read!

AR: I also enjoyed The City of Fallen Angels, good stuff

John Grisham is supposed to have a new book out; a non-fiction - true crime story. Has anyone read that yet? Curious what you thought of it?
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I really enjoyed "City of Fallen Angels" (but then again I love anything about Venice)

Just started to read "The Savage Detectives" by Roberto Bolano which is about gangster Mexican poets who lead a life of self destruction and lust
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Just read Pattersons's "Judge and Jury", Good, but not a very accurate view of federal law enforcement or federal courts.

Am reading "The Few," great non-fiction by Kershaw, about the few Americans who flew for the RAF in the battle of Briton. Highly recommend it for any history buff.
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too bad there wasn' t a way for us to do book exchanges as it seems like many are voracious readers.... I am out of bookshelves and don't seem to have time to go to the consignment store to exchange...
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Cindy, of Cindy & Mort, part of out CM family, recently sent me a link, where you can make a visual computer library of all your books, complete with book fronts ..maybe our personal sites could be used to make a book exchange...I would be very willing.

On some cruises, my bookworm pals and I have exchanged books, once done..I have also shipped books to my chat pals, once read. I just finished a book on tape, I bought, and would love to exchange it with someone, if they had a tape I would be interested in..Book rate, would be the least costly way to send...

Also, maybe a continuous thread offerring our current books, to swap. could work out.. Once a bool is requested, we could cut and paste, and remove the requested books..any interest, comments, ideas?

I know, how excited I would be, opening up a a package of eagerly anticipated books !!!
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I just finished Harlan Coben's Promise Me - First time I read one of his books - going to go look for some more - very good read!

AR: I also enjoyed The City of Fallen Angels, good stuff

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I have read everything by Harlan Coben. He is the absolute best (IMHO) when it comes to "grab you from page 1" and keeps the momentum up.

He has written several stand alone novels (Gone for Good, Tell No One). However, he also has a series of novels concerning am ex-fbi/lawyer turned sports agent who is always caught up in his clients misadventures. Every book covers a different sport (golf, baseball, football, tennis, etc.) However, what makes this series different from any other author is that the main character has a sidekick/best friend named Winn. Winn makes the books!!!!

I cannot heap enough praise on this author. I have attention deficient when it comes to reading a book. It has to grab me right away and not let go.

I have grown tired of Patterson, Woods, Steel and many of the others.

Try a Harlan Coben. He has a new one that comes out in a few weeks. I have to order that one soon also.

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I just finished Harlan Coben's Promise Me - First time I read one of his books - going to go look for some more - very good read!

AR: I also enjoyed The City of Fallen Angels, good stuff

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I have read everything by Harlan Coben. He is the absolute best (IMHO) when it comes to "grab you from page 1" and keeps the momentum up.

He has written several stand alone novels (Gone for Good, Tell No One). However, he also has a series of novels concerning am ex-fbi/lawyer turned sports agent who is always caught up in his clients misadventures. Every book covers a different sport (golf, baseball, football, tennis, etc.) However, what makes this series different from any other author is that the main character has a sidekick/best friend named Winn. Winn makes the books!!!!

I cannot heap enough praise on this author. I have attention deficient when it comes to reading a book. It has to grab me right away and not let go.

I have grown tired of Patterson, Woods, Steel and many of the others.

Try a Harlan Coben. He has a new one that comes out in a few weeks. I have to order that one soon also.

Enjoy. Nothing is better than a good book.
the book I just read; definetly grabbed me from the start and wasn't as predictable as Patterson and the others... so I am going to do the series that you mentioned above, I just did I think the most recent in the series.
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Haven't thought about the Travis McGee series of McDonald's in a long time. Great books.

Currently reading a Carol Shields book entititled Unless. Strange book, but good.

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It's called "The Innocent Man", and is a true story of a man wrongly imprisoned for something like 17 years. It also documents the ineptness of the prosecutor's office in the handling of the case.

I thought it was a great read.
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