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My favorite Books

Anthony Mitchell
The list author says: "I've just published my first novel The Red Hatchet which is available on amazon.com. Here's a few of my personal favorite novels I read again and again each year. I hope you enjoy the list of books!"
The Stand
The Stand
"A tremendous read from Stephen King about a plague taking down most of America in a matter of weeks in 1980.  The survivors are drawn together by similar dreams about a woman named Mother Abigail and Randall Flagg a.k.a. the dark man, a.k.a. the walkin' dude. Lots of good storylines and interesting characters in this one.  Enjoy the ride!"
Darkness, Take My Hand: A Novel (Patrick Kenzie/Angela Gennaro Novels)
Darkness, Take My Hand: A Novel (Patrick Kenzie/Angela Gennaro Novels)
"My personal favorite from the Kenzie/Genaro series.  This Dennis Lehane book is one of the creepiest stories I have ever read and the mystery keeps the reader guessing until the end.  His best book outside of Mystic River in this author's opinion."
Blood Meridian: Or the Evening Redness in the West (Modern Library)
Blood Meridian: Or the Evening Redness in the West (Modern Library)
"This is a McCarthy masterpiece- a very dark masterpiece.  A sweeping saga about the wild west where vicious marauders headed up by a man known as The Judge, roam through the west in search of Indian scalps.  Very poetic and rich with dark visions."
Misery
Misery
"If you've seen the movie to this one, you have to appreciate the acting, but the book is much more terrifying.  You will feel utterly sorry for, but also feel like you know much better, the character of Paul Sheldon and Annie Wilkes in written form is just as scary as Kathy Bates' portrayal."
The Ax
The Ax
"I don't believe Mr. Westlake gets enough credit for his work.  This book about an out of work man turned killer is mesmerizing.  I loved every page."