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Old 10-15-2012, 09:22 AM   #21
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I read one crime book a while ago. It was really good but I cant remember the name or who wrote it.

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I enjoy reading books by James Paterson, Lee Childs, C.J. Box, John Sanford, James Lee Burke
My two favorite authors. Sometimes, in the midst of the story line, Burke will take off on describing something like a sunset over the smoky cane fields of Louisiana with a sentence that will be a paragraph long and covers such a wide range of emotions and nostalgia it has to be read over a couple of times to get the full meaning.

And I'm a fan of Childs' character 'Jack Reacher.'
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Currently End the Fed by Ron Paul. I just finished Liberty Defined. I usually just read all the John Grisham I can get.

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The Histories by Herodotus. I have to say, I like Tacitus better.

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just finished the following books within the last 2 months - Agent ZigZag by Ben MacIntyre , American Assassin by Vince Flynn, Cape to Cairo by Kingsley Holgate, Patriots and Pinheads by Bill Oreilly and Condoleeza Rice Memoirs. As you can tell, I'm kinda bored these days!

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