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Discussion in 'The Book Rack' started by Vic303, Oct 10, 2004.
The Secret Servant by Daniel Silva
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love Silva's books.
I, Michael Bennett by James Patterson.
Black Noon by Art Garner-the year they stopped the Indy 500.....
Midnight in Europe by Alan Furst
I'm reading "One Second After" by William Forstchen. It's about the US being attacked by an EMP and a community's fight to survive. It's a great book.
Chocolate Wars: The 150-Year Rivalry Between the World's Greatest Chocolate Makers by Deborah Cadbury
I recently finished Jupiter's Travels by Ted Simon. Fantastic read. Other than a Bible and my journal, no other books on the nightstand at the moment.
Reading 2 books at the moment...a habit I picked up from my father-in-law 1) Deliver Us From Evil by David Baldacci 2) D-Day by Stephen E. Ambrose
Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell.
Nothing To Lose - Lee Child....easily one of my favorite authors
A Jack Reacher Novel
With all the talk of ebola in the news, I'm re-reading the Hot Zone. I believe the Robin Cook book and subsequent film Outbreak was based on this book. [ame="http://www.amazon.com/The-Hot-Zone-Terrifying-Story/dp/0385479565"]The Hot Zone: The Terrifying True Story of the Origins of the Ebola Virus: Richard Preston: 9780385479561: Amazon.com: Books@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51HgneoJ1AL.@@AMEPARAM@@51HgneoJ1AL[/ame]
Thou Shall Prosper by Levin and a Hornady reloading manual.
Invisible, by James Patterson.
One-Year-Bible.. To Kill a Mockingbird. Both are re-reads, though one never leaves. Waiting for me is a Michael Connelly and Dinesh D'Aouza's America
'1356' by Bernard Cornwell. He also wrote 'Azincourt.' Both are historical novels, chiefly about the victory of English archers in France as seen through the experience of the character Thomas Hookton.
I think Cornwell is to medieval archery as Stephen Hunter is to pistols and gunplay, as (the late) Tom Clancy was to techno-weaponry.
Bernard Cornwell - Sharpe's Rifles, or one of them from the series. Long live the Baker rifle!