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    A client recommended the Odd series a few weeks ago. I've read them all except the very first one which seems to be out of print. They were really good. I especially liked Elvis making an appearance












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    I'm reading a lot of Jody Picoult books again. Just finished 19 Minutes. Very good.





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    I'm reading The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton, I'm half way through and I'm really enjoying it.









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    Under the Banner of Heaven by Jon Krakauer - interesting read

    Andrew is reading the Chris Farley bio, he says it's been a good read so far.

    Baleigh is reading Teen Beat magazine at the moment; I have to say I didn't even know they still published Teen Beat magazine.

    Jon is reading...Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell




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    If you've not read it, Dean Koontz, Odd series is good. Odd, Brother Odd, Forever Odd...
    I totally agree! Great reads...the whole series!!!
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    I am reading Gordon Ramsay's auto bio. Have just finished "we need to talk about Kevin". I also love anything by Marian Keyes.
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    I got into the whole Jodie Picoult stuff awhile back. Very good reads. And i think I've read all of Marian Keyes. And I am almost done with all of David Baldalci. I also used to love Patricia Cornwell, her early stuff scared me to death. But, I think that's more so b/c everything was set here in Richmond and I knew where it was.












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    I just finished Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen and The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield.

    They are both available on Amazon in paperback.

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    I think I've read the Thirteenth Tale












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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 12166
    I think I've read the Thirteenth Tale
    It was sort of strange, but an interesting read with the twists and turns it took.

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