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Jjasont
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Of The three

Bently Little, Richard Layman, Briane Keene.

 

Which one is the best?

 

And in what order would you rank them?

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BrandieC
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Re: Of The three

@Jjasont:

 

I've never read anything by Bently Little, but of the other two, I would place Keene above Layman.

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paulgoatallen
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Re: Of The three


Jjasont wrote:

Bently Little, Richard Layman, Briane Keene.

 

Which one is the best?

 

And in what order would you rank them?


I've never read Little either but Layman and Keene are both masters.

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