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Wow, this time it worked, what do you know! I was checking your post to see if you got mine and I got into your profile right away. I have listed below some of the many books Ienjoyed along the way. One of the other members has posted a list of True Crime as well Judy so go to the True Crime Discussion group too. I will send you more lists (as long as Idon't forget) later on and hope you get this list below.....take care, Rita
Thanks for the friend invite and the congrats. I do like a lot of chick books =) but i like a variety of books. How about you?
Hi Judy, I don't know what is going on with Shelfair but I keep having to sign in over and over...it took me about 5 minutes just to get here!!! I have a whole stack of books I will listfor you...Whisper of Fear by Rhonda Saunders & Stephen Michaud..(this is a very different kind of T.C. book, the format is different but I found it riveting)...Rivers of Blood by Robert Scott, The Prom Night Murders by Carlton Smith, The Surgeon's Wife by Kieran Crowley, Murder In The Heartland by William M. Phelps (awesome), Deadly Secrets by William M Phelps,(awesome), When Evil Rules by Michelle R. McPhee, Evil Beside Her by Kathryn Casey, Eye Of The Beholder by Lowell Cauffiel (fascinating, riveting), Honeymoon With A Killer by Don Lasseter and Ronald Bowers(riveting) and The Bike Path Killer by Maki Becker and Michael Beebe...Judy, that should get you started....let me know what you find...happy reading, Rita
Sure, I would love to add her as a friend, but there are lots of people with that username. Tell her to feel free to friend request me!
Hi Judy, Glad to hear everyone is doing well, as am I. I do still have the book Faking It, but haven't read it yet. I have never read Catherine Anderson, do you recommend her?
I get my books from all over. Mostly I go to Chapters and when I visit my daughter in L.A., the I stock up because they are so much cheaper. But when a new book comes out, I haveto get it immediately...! You get to know the really good authors and filter out the ones you don't care for. If there is anything else you would like to know Judy...feel free to askaway. Google is really great too and you can just ask Google that you want all the great True Crime authors etc. Failing that, I can send you a list of books because I still have tons ofbooks at home that I can dig out and put on the list. Well, as I said Kathryn Casey is awesome and so is Ann Rule, William M. Phelps, Carlton Smith, Gregg Olson, Kieran Crowley toname a few. Start with those Judy because between all of them you will have yourself an amazing bunch of books to enjoy...let me know how you are doing...your friend, Rita
Hi Judy, thank you for your friend request. I am so interested in making friends on these type of sites because it's rare I find anyone who like to read as much as me. I like to read all kinds of books: literatue, chick-lit, supernatural type stories...I'm pretty much game for anything as long as the synopsis interests me. I like to mix it up with lighter and heavier reading.
Hi Judy,I found your question about The Catcher in the Rye. When I started reading this book, I didn't really liked it, because I didn't understand Holden. Later it became better and I started to like the story. Looking back at it, I think it's a good book, although nothing really happens. It's just about the frustration of Holden which, according to my teacher, should be a symbol for the frustration of all youngster over the world. Give it a try.Have a wonderful day with a lot of sunshine!Greetings, Monique
Since you like Mystery, I would like to suggest you read Lovely Bones. I am not sure if that is the kind of mystery you like, but I think that it is a really good book.
The book is called Whisper of Fear by Rhonda Saunders and Stephen Michaud. Rhanda is a prosecutor and she would take stalking cases and very skillfully dig down deep and find outabout the stalker, family and every bit of info that would get her a trial date and conviction. She was instrumental in the makings of a new law in 1997 about stalking in California. Sherealized that the system needed changes in order to protect the victim and their family. Very riveting book as she touches on celebrity stalking because she prosecuted the stalker ofMedonna, Steven Spielberg and Gwynth Paltro. I normally don't read books that are in the lst person but couldn't resist this one. Fascinating stuff...I sure enjoyed it...happy reading..:)
Hey Judy. Some of my favorite mystery authors are James Patterson, Agatha Christie, J T Ellison, Beverly Connor and Sue Grafton.
Hi Judy...everybody has different tastes in books but I found this particular one fascinating. It was like being lst chair to the prosecutor and listening to everything she did and the WHYof it which is so important when dealing with stalkers and the victims. If you do decide to read it, hope you like it and let me know...happy reading, Rita
sounds like I would like Merels door? was it? thanks for sharing
Dear LeeRush:I understand. I would like to be your friend on Shelfari. What are Robertcrais books like? Please write back. Sincerely, Judylol....dunno what happened with this....this WAS from you wasn't it??
hello. my personal picture is actualy a picture of my cat. i live in trinidad. if you really like cats than you should read warrior cats thay are for anyone who likes adventure and you should try reading seeker bears from the same auther.
omg...i never saw your note....my sincere apologies!!! i certainly would have answered you before had i seen it! just sighs here.....Robert Crais....good books....ive recently gotten into the mystery thing lol...used to be mostly scifi and now i've just spread out....and more than my bottom too!! lol...i would definitely give them a read if i were you. Again, sorry for the delay..Lee
Hello, Judy. I’m the author of The Sandal Maker, a new novel about the public ministry of Jesus from a unique point of view, a little controversial at times, but you will see him as never before. It’s a story that will take you on a fascinating journey in first century Galilee. Have you ever wondered what is was like to live in those times? What part did women play in his ministry? Was he the first feminist? Were the miracles real? Why did Judas betray the Master? How does the gospel of Jesus compare to the gospel according to Peter and Paul? This is a “must read” for those on a true spiritual quest. You can read reviews at Amazon.com. I’m including a link to copy and paste. Let me know what you think. http://www.amazon.com/Sandal-Maker-Michaelson/dp/0615296920/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1250093091&sr=1-1
I'm wishing you a very happy Christmas and all the best for 2010 for you and all your love ones!Greetings, Monique