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Re: "Ransom Notes"New Blog by PaulH

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Well Becke,,you have done it again...Eat or read..you make it so hard to decide.I am curios though,so  am sure  will choose a few of them,especially the new short stories 'Boston Noir' and 'Second Half of the Double Feature"..Great cover


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Person of Interest Probable Cause Last Known Address Officer Down The Second Half of the Double Feature New Hope for the Dead Made In Miami High Priest of California Cockfighter 

 

TODAY AT RANSOM NOTES:


Charles Willeford's "Pick-Up" Changed My Life.


 


 

, read a bit of all and put those 2 on my Ever growing TBR List.I have all winter....VTC 

Kindness,I've discovered,is everything in life...Issac Bashevis Singer
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I haven't read these books, but I'm definitely adding them to my TBR pile. I'll have to check if they're in a particular order, not that I usually read them in the right order.

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I think I've got some little kid/cartoon gene that is constantly trying to make these pages more bright and colorful. Guess that's why I'm also a garden writer -- always trying to add flowers!

 

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Clive Cussler and Me

by Author Margaret-Coel yesterday AM

The day Clive Cussler crossed my path was my lucky day. Not that Clive Cussler has any idea that he influenced a young writer some thirty years ago, but he did.

http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/Ransom-Notes/bg-p/RN

 

Here are just a few related titles:

 

Blood Memory by Margaret Coel: Book Cover

 

Killing Raven (Wind River Reservation Series #9) by Margaret Coel: Book Cover

 

The Eagle Catcher (Wind River Reservation Series #1) by Margaret Coel: Book Cover

The Dream Stalker (Wind River Reservation Series #3) by Margaret Coel: Book Cover

The Silent Spirit (Wind River Reservation Series #14) by Margaret Coel: Book Cover

Night Probe! (A Dirk Pitt Adventure) by Clive Cussler: Book Cover

The Chase by Clive Cussler: Book Cover

The Mediterranean Caper (A Dirk Pitt Adventure) by Clive Cussler: Book Cover

Spartan Gold (Fargo Adventure Series #1) by Clive Cussler: Book Cover

The Wrecker by Clive Cussler: Book Cover

 

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Mutiny on the Bounty by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall was perhaps the first -- and is definitely one of the finest -- legal thrillers ever written. 

http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/Ransom-Notes/Mutiny-on-the-Bubble/ba-p/410586

 

The Mutiny on the Bounty Trilogy by Charles Nordhoff: Book Cover

The Firm by John Grisham: Book Cover

Mutiny on the Bounty with Marlon Brando

Pardon (Jack Swyteck Series #1) by James Grippando: Book Cover

Beyond Suspicion (Jack Swyteck Series #2) by James Grippando: Book Cover

Last to Die (Jack Swyteck Series #3) by James Grippando: Book Cover

Hear No Evil (Jack Swyteck Series #4) by James Grippando: Book Cover

Got the Look (Jack Swyteck Series #5) by James Grippando: Book Cover

When Darkness Falls (Jack Swyteck Series #6) by James Grippando: Book Cover