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Post by thanesas on Fri Sep 05, 2008 3:05 pm

I like crime and war stuff.

Got a stack of Andy McNab and Chris Ryan SAS type ones

A good "true life" story called Sniper One by Sgt Someone Mills about Iraq (he was a british army sniper - its quality)

On the Crime front got a lot of Rebus (edinburgh detective) and Thorne books (hes London based - Mark Billingham is the author)

I'd recommend them all and swap them if anyone has something of similar vein and wants a read of any of the above.

I'll do a proper list at somepoint!! Twisted Evil

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Post by kingy on Fri Sep 05, 2008 4:10 pm

Anything easy to read and interesting. Using 15 words when you could have used 3 doesn't interest me. I used to love Stephen King books but got fed up of the waffling!
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Post by Wardy on Fri Sep 05, 2008 5:45 pm

Im into Dean Koontz ( think thats how u spell it) He writes all sorts and some of his books have become films.

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Post by kingy on Fri Sep 05, 2008 6:23 pm

Wardy wrote:Im into Dean Koontz ( think thats how u spell it) He writes all sorts and some of his books have become films.

Rad most of his stuff as well. Still a bit too much waffle. James herbert was another favourite
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