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becke_davis
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pen21 wrote:

For the weekend I will be reading Caught by Coben.

I am about 100 pages in to it. Another really good book by Coben.

I had company last night or I could have read more.

But I appreciated my brother coming to power wash my deck for me.

So we all went to dinner and had a nice evening.

So tonight I can read.

 

 

Caught

  

 

 

I read that book in one sitting - couldn't put it down!

 

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pen21 wrote:

 

dhaupt wrote:

 

pen21 wrote:

For the weekend I will be reading Caught by Coben.

I am about 100 pages in to it. Another really good book by Coben.

I had company last night or I could have read more.

But I appreciated my brother coming to power wash my deck for me.

So we all went to dinner and had a nice evening.

So tonight I can read.

 

 

Caught

  

 

 

Hi Luanne, I like Harlan too and I enjoyed Caught. Do you read his series? If so do you like it.

 

 

 

I have only read his stand alones. Every one of them has been so good.

I haven't read any of his series with Myron Bolitar.

Have you, if so, what did you think?

 

I have read a couple of them but couldn't really get into them, although I love his stand a lones. Just wondered if it was just me.

 

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becke_davis wrote:

Debbie - I really liked Dianne's book! I liked the secondary characters almost as much as the hero and heroine. I cracked up at the bathroom scene!

 

Oh Becke I love Benny and Michelle. The Bathroom scene? I haven't gotten there yet, is it sort of reminiscent of Roxanne St. Claire's shed scene? If so I'm all over that.

 

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dhaupt wrote:

 

becke_davis wrote:

Debbie - I really liked Dianne's book! I liked the secondary characters almost as much as the hero and heroine. I cracked up at the bathroom scene!

 

Oh Becke I love Benny and Michelle. The Bathroom scene? I haven't gotten there yet, is it sort of reminiscent of Roxanne St. Claire's shed scene? If so I'm all over that.

 

 

LOL! No, it's not that kind of scene, but it's hilarious - it involves hair dye, and that's all I'm going to say about it.

 

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Island of Lost Girls If you liked the Jennifer McMahon books we've been talking about on another thread, check out this Myron Bolitar book. It was the first one I read and I liked it so much I went back and started to read the others. I happened to read it right after reading one (or maybe more) of the Jennifer McMahon books, and I think that made it resonate with me even stronger.

 

 

 

 

Promise Me (Myron Bolitar Series #8) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Promise Not to Tell

 

 

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becke_davis wrote:

 

Island of Lost Girls If you liked the Jennifer McMahon books we've been talking about on another thread, check out this Myron Bolitar book. It was the first one I read and I liked it so much I went back and started to read the others. I happened to read it right after reading one (or maybe more) of the Jennifer McMahon books, and I think that made it resonate with me even stronger.

 

 

 

 

Promise Me (Myron Bolitar Series #8) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Promise Not to Tell

 

 

 

I need to give Harlen Corbin another whirl..I was not thrilled a long time ago with all the details,but I am older now,and maybe it will be different..Especially since you know J,McMahon's books,this might really interest me..Thank B..("Cute Shoes".).,Susan Vtc..

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I think I'll have to invite Jennifer McMahon for a visit. Maybe Harlan Coben, too!

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A big yes to Harlan Coben

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Hah. Now let's see if I can pull a rabbit out of my hat!

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I picked up

 

Thriller 2  today. I love anthologies.

 

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TiggerBear wrote:

I picked up

 

Thriller 2  today. I love anthologies.

 

 

 

So do I! Did you read this one?

 

 

Killer Year

 

 

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Right now I am reading this forum.

 

But when I am not so entertained, I'll read ebooks on my iPhone apps. I love the Kobo app and the Kindle app. I have a half dozen books on each, including...

 

 and 

 

 

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Re: What are you reading right now?

 

becke_davis wrote:

 

TiggerBear wrote:

I picked up

 

Thriller 2  today. I love anthologies.

 

 

 

So do I! Did you read this one?

 

 

Killer Year

 

 

 

It's in my TBR pile.

 

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Tigger - That's a sign you've been hanging around here a lot: a humongous TBR pile.

 

Cheryl - My husband is addicted to his nook but I haven't gone digital yet. I'm sure I'll make the move before long - it's only a matter of time.

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becke_davis wrote:

Tigger - That's a sign you've been hanging around here a lot: a humongous TBR pile.

 

Cheryl - My husband is addicted to his nook but I haven't gone digital yet. I'm sure I'll make the move before long - it's only a matter of time.

 

(laughing) It was 3' by 4' before this site. Notice I said before.:smileyvery-happy:

 

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CherylKayeTardif wrote:

Right now I am reading this forum.

 

But when I am not so entertained, I'll read ebooks on my iPhone apps. I love the Kobo app and the Kindle app. I have a half dozen books on each, including...

 

 and 

 

 

 

Welcome Cheryl..Glad you found us.I always like looking into new Authors for me,and will  surely have a look at your books..I live in Vt,so for us Canada is our Neighbor..Have A Great Weekend..Looking forward to more of your posts,Best..Susan Vtc..

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TiggerBear wrote:

 

becke_davis wrote:

Tigger - That's a sign you've been hanging around here a lot: a humongous TBR pile.

 

Cheryl - My husband is addicted to his nook but I haven't gone digital yet. I'm sure I'll make the move before long - it's only a matter of time.

 

(laughing) It was 3' by 4' before this site. Notice I said before.:smileyvery-happy:

 

 

I'm not even going to go there . . .

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I just started Heather Webber garden series. Fun read. I want to be ready when she visits. 

I finished Caught. Another great Coben book.

 

A Hoe Lot of Trouble (Nina Quinn Series #1)

 

Caught

  

 

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I just finished reading THE RED VELVET TURNSHOE. This is a lovely book. If you enjoy an authentic medieval mystery, Cassandra Clark is the author to read. I'm reminded of Ellis Peters Brother Cadfael mysteries which I adored.

 

Jacqueline Seewald
THE INFERNO COLLECTION
THE DROWNING POOL
coming in August: TEA LEAVES AND TAROT CARDS

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The Red Velvet Turnshoe 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here's the link the the Red Velvet Turnshoe. Jacqueline - you've got a new book out! You should do a search to bring "your" thread back up and tell us all about your new release!