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What book's on your nightstand now?

Discussion in 'The Book Rack' started by Vic303, Oct 10, 2004.

  1. Notorious_Ama

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    The Secret Servant by Daniel Silva


    Sent from my iPhone
     

  2. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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  3. HiVel

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    Black Noon by Art Garner-the year they stopped the Indy 500.....
     
  4. HiVel

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  5. spero525

    spero525 HE did it.

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    Chocolate Wars: The 150-Year Rivalry Between the World's Greatest Chocolate Makers by Deborah Cadbury

    ~Spero[​IMG]
     
  6. ThirtyOne

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    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.
     
  7. azbuckeye

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    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
     
  8. Snakecharmer

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    Nothing To Lose - Lee Child....easily one of my favorite authors
    A Jack Reacher Novel
     
  9. Kevin108

    Kevin108 HADOKEN!

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    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]
     
  10. naughtymoose

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    Thou Shall Prosper by Levin and a Hornady reloading manual.
     
  11. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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  12. JustMelissa

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    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
     
  13. joereynaldo

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    '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.
     
  14. 123me

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    Bernard Cornwell - Sharpe's Rifles, or one of them from the series. Long live the Baker rifle!