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June 16, 2009 12:54pm CST
what are the books you are reading Now and if so which one would you recommend the best?
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@kiran8 (15354)
• Mangalore, India
16 Jun 09
I read a lot and sometimes two books at the same time lol. Just now i am reading a book by Agatha Christie called Murder in clouds and also another book called Malgudi days , which is written by an Indian author R.k. Narayan. I would recommend books by John Grisham, Leon uris, Frederick Forsythe, Wilbur Smith and ofcourse Agatha Christie...I have read many of the books written by these authors and find them really good..
• United States
16 Jun 09
I love John Grisham too. Have you read any by James Patterson or Johnathan Kellerman? They're very good too. Also, you might like Sue Grafton and Janet Evanovich.
• Qatar
16 Jun 09
YOU ARE COOOOL GUYS ... i like your books. i think i would go for some of them for these very very long summer. i will tell about my books that I'm reading now: "Don't Be Sad" its fantastic " Jane Eyre" by Charlotte nice novel really. " have fun in your life" this is an Arabic book and it's sooooo nice that isometimes flow inside the book. lol... you can find this book in English there is a translation for it .the author name is Muhammad Al-Arifi.
@kiran8 (15354)
• Mangalore, India
16 Jun 09
Hi Boofybutt, I must look up all those authors, I have not read any of their books yet, but, will definitely look out for them now that you have mentioned, thanks a lot
@Boofybutt (316)
• United States
16 Jun 09
I just got done reading "The Royal Mess" by MaryJanice Davidson. She's a really good author, and her books are always so funny, including her acknowledgments. She does some vampire romance books, some mermaid books, and she did a royal trilogy, which the one I just got done reading was the first in that series, I've also read the last in the series called "The Royal Treatment", and am waiting on the library to get "The Royal Pain" in. What I like about her books is that you don't really have to read them in order to know what is going on. I also like Lynsay Sands, she's really good too. She does the vampire romance thing also. If you like Recipes and Murder/Mystery in your books you should try Joanne Fluke. Not only is the book funny and interesting, she has some really great recipes in them too.