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Posted on Jul 23, 2009 6:42:17 AM PDT
Vertical Run by Joseph Garber is one of my favorite books. I've read it several times, and it feels new everytime.

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Posted on Jul 23, 2009 9:50:51 AM PDT
I personally love thrillers and true-life murder stories. I really enjoy all of the books by Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child, Jonathan Kellerman, James Rollins, and Ann Rule (true-life crime writer). I just finished reading The Last Oracle by James Rollins, and Wheel of Darkness by Preston/Child. Enjoyed both of em! They have the right amount of suspense, action, romance and adventure. Hope you find something exciting!

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Posted on Jul 25, 2009 2:14:28 PM PDT
M. ONEILL says:
Brian Freeman's Stride series is really good.
IMMORAL
STRIPPED
STALKED
IN THE DARK

Psychological suspense!!!

He is my favorite author.

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In reply to an earlier post on Jul 29, 2009 6:47:36 PM PDT
Jenifer,

I recommend "The Day After Tomorrow" by Allan Folsom. The first paragraph grabs you and then you are in. I couldn't put it down when I read it a few years ago.

-Bob Roberge
Author of Late Justice and Intentional Take

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Posted on Aug 6, 2009 8:55:57 PM PDT
H. Huynh says:
Jennifer,

I highly recommend "Child 44" by Tom Rob Smith. I guarantee you would not be able to do anything else until you finish it.

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Posted on Aug 7, 2009 3:46:56 PM PDT
Redi-Go says:
Don't remember if I already suggested this one: Polar Bears in the Kitchen.

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 7, 2009 3:54:01 PM PDT
I happen to be Brian Freeman fan as well. His books are amazing as are his characters. I absolutely love Serena.

Posted on Aug 7, 2009 3:58:49 PM PDT
Jennifer,
Read the three books by Cody McFadyen. They are beyond amazing. The lead character, FBI Special Agent Smoky Barrett, has gone through hell. Yet, she continues to hunt, with major assistance from the agents who work for her, the most evil of serial killers. His 4th, Abandoned, is due in October. You will not be disappointed.

Posted on Aug 7, 2009 8:51:48 PM PDT
I liked Christopher Reich's "Rules of Deception". I haven't read his other books but plan to read the "Numbered Account".

One of my favorite thrillers ever since I read it is "Boys Life" by Robert McCammon.

A bit different genre but thriller's of a magic sort are Terry Brooks' "The Word and the Void" trilogy. They are "Running with the Demon", "A Knight of the Word" and last, "Angel Fire East".

Posted on Aug 8, 2009 6:52:37 AM PDT
KMH says:
Hi...I really loved Dean Koontz' book "Intensity", but it's not for the squeamish! I also liked Stephen White's "Kill Me". Awesome storyline and fast-paced with lots of energy. I had a hard time putting both of these books down once I started.
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