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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

 

 

Nuclear Jellyfish (Serge Storms Series #11)

 

 

From Publishers Weekly

 

Fasten your seatbelts: Serge A. Storms, Florida's manic tour and history guide as well as its most inventive and prolific serial killer, cruises at warp(ed) speed through bestseller Dorsey's 11th thriller (after Atomic Lobster). Serge's primary target is a tattooed thug called Jellyfish (behind his back) or Eel (to his face), whose gang rips off diamond couriers. But along the frantic way, Serge and his pal, the always-buzzed Coleman, remove a variety of societal pests, including skinheads beating a homeless man, auto repair shysters preying on tourists and bargain motels that don't deliver on their bargains. Serge's instruments of vengeance include garden hoses, pigs, aerosol sprays and lots of duct tape. Dorsey's inspired insanity certainly won't appeal to everyone, but Serge's antics give vicarious satisfaction to those who too often see misdeeds go unpunished. In short, Serge continues to pummel convention and evildoers with exuberant abandon and wit. 9-city author tour. (Feb.) 
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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

 

Finished this one:

The Cookbook Collector 

 

Almost finished with this one:

Moonlight Mile (Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro Series #6) 

 

Then it will be on to these two:

Mockingbird 

 

Stiff  

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

I am re-reading Jon F. Merz's Lawson Vampire Series. I recently bought The Kensei (the latest installment) which prompted me to go back and re-read the whole series. It made me remember how good it was. I am so excited because two short stories that fill in some of the back story are about to release and next year the next installement The Ripper will be out so I am getting back up to date and of course falling back in love (with Lawson) all over again!

 

If you haven't checked him out, you are missing out!

 

The Kensei 

 

 

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

Me too! Jon F. Merz books, especially the Lawson Vampire Series is so economically priced! Most run between $.99 and &2.99! It's a bargain!


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...recommended reading -  Encounter at North Road House  on B&N NOOKbook - E-Book -

 

A masked, invicible psychopath Jason-type enters a house looking for another life to take, but the house is empty and haunted by ghostly spirits of wickedness.  The doors of the haunted house then lock shut and entrap the masked-killer - instantly, a war breaks out between the haunted elements of the house and the masked psychopath.


 


 

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

A Discovery Of Witches. 

A Discovery of Witches A Discovery of Witches

 

 

It is better to stir up a question without deciding it, than to decide it without stirring it up. ~Joseph Joubert


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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

I just started:

 

 

Electric Barracuda (Serge Storms Series #13)

  

 

►Without order there is chaos◄
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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

Im Reading Paper Towns by John Green

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

Now reading Stuart Wood's latest Stone Barrington book. (from the library)  As always, an easy but enjoyable read, predictable, but still enjoyable for an evening of light reading.

 

 

Strategic Moves (Stone Barrington Series #19)

 

 

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What is everyone reading (revisited)?

I just finished 2 books this week.

Heart of Stone (Irish Angel Series #1) 

 

Promise to Remember  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both of the books are great reads and right now they are free. If you want a couple of books that will keep your fingers busy then these are both great reads.

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

The Mane Event

  

Happy Reading :smileywink:         

 

 


 

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

Finished these:

 

Moonlight Mile (Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro Series #6) 

 

Mockingbird  

 

About halfway through this one:

 

When Rabbit Howls 

 

I am flipping through this one. The way it is organized means I can read bits and pieces here and there:

 

The Digital Photography Book 

  

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Shadowspell (Faeriewalker Series #2)  

 

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  Happy Reading :smileywink:

 

 


 

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Re: What is everyone reading (revisited)?

Finished this one:

When Rabbit Howls 

 

 

Currently reading:

I Have Lived a Thousand Years 

 

As well as pawing through this one:

The Digital Photography Book 

 

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Finished

 

Winter Garden

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starting, from local library

 

The Lincoln Lawyer (Mickey Haller Series #1)

  

 

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Angelfire

  

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Excellent, I am now on Gator A Go Go


AlanNJ wrote:

I just started:

 

 

Electric Barracuda (Serge Storms Series #13)

  

 


 

 

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Gator A-Go-Go (Serge Storms Series #12)

 

From Publishers Weekly

 

Spring break, from its innocuous beginnings in 1935 to its drunken orgiastic present, provides the theme for bestseller Dorsey's dizzy 12th adventure to feature vigilante serial killer Serge A. Storms (after Nuclear Jellyfish). When vengeful drug dealers and federal agents go after an innocent college student, Andy McKenna, who's come to enjoy Florida's Panama City Beach, Serge becomes Andy's protector. Along the way, Serge delivers rough justice in inventive and bizarre fashion (death by garage door, by bridge guitar, etc.) to a mugger, a rude driver, and various others guilty of minor infractions. The reality show Girls Gone Haywire offers ample opportunities for scathing satire, as the show's producer becomes another one of Serge's targets. Meanwhile, Coleman, Serge's perennially stoned companion, acts as a guru to the spring breakers. As usual, Dorsey leavens the slapstick humor with intriguing bits of Florida historical lore. (Feb.) 
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