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    Phil Rickman

    December is great but long.
    Cold Calling is excellent but more supernatural.
    Crybbe is good

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    Damn, I forget Richard Adams. If you love animals, you must read "Watership Down" and "The Plague Dogs". So many novels give shout outs to "Watership Down", including several Stephen King books and "The Passage". Never has a book about rabbits been so great as "Watership Down".

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    I love Gillian Flynn's novels. I like crime mysteries, so Laura Lippman is another author I love. She writes good ones.

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    My favorite books of all time have been the Karla trilogy by John LeCarre - the installments chronologically being 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy', 'The Honorable Schoolboy' and then 'Smiley's People'. They're slow-burning espionage novels so they're not everyone's cup of tea, but never before have I come across literature that has had featured such a keen insight into the human psyche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjackandcoke88 View Post
    I feel you on The Catcher in the Rye, but I'm not male either so maybe that is it.
    I don't know many people that actually enjoy that novel to be honest. The main character is an obnoxious spoiled brat. I grew up in the hood (sounds funny, but it is true) and that world of no free cheese was completely lost on me at the age that A Catcher in the Rye should have made an imprint on me.

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