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Books read lately
24-Jan-2013, 04:37 AM
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Books read lately
I recently ran across an author whose work I really enjoyed. The author's name is David Roesnthal has a series about a young lawyer who gets involved in crimial trials. The last one I read (I think his second) was called "First Degree" and is set in New Jersey. Defintely worth a read. I have read his firt one, but can't remember the title.

I've also read quite a few of Robert B. Parker's detective novels featuring a Boston private detective name "Spenser". There was a TV series in the US based on his stories a few years ago.


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25-Jan-2013, 02:22 AM
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I'm reading C.J Sansom's "Dominion". It is so good. About what would have happened if Britain had made a peace treaty with the Germans in 1940- loads of spying and intrigue and secret service stuff. absolutely fascinating...highly reccommend it.. a great read.......
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25-Jan-2013, 04:53 AM
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I'll have to look for that one, Sandy, thanks for the recommendation.


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25-Jan-2013, 03:51 PM
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I have problems with my eyes after extensive lazer surgery and the varifocal specs I wear don't appear much good for reading so I've not replied until now. Books I read tend to be non-fiction. But it's not easy reading when lines suddenly shoot up into the line above.
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