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    Default Recommend me a book...

    I'll read anything generally, but looking for something I can get lost in, the type of book you just any put down, can be good trashy, or d&m.
    TIA πŸ˜€

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    I have really enjoyed "The Clifton Chronicles" by Jeffrey Archer. I think it's up to the 6th book now. I've recently bought the latest book but haven't had the chance to start it yet. I find once I start them I can't stop.

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    Thanks! Have downloaded a sample πŸ˜€

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    I love the bronze horseman trilogy, I read it once a year. It is hands down my favourite books!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauzie View Post
    I love the bronze horseman trilogy, I read it once a year. It is hands down my favourite books!
    I agree! Love these books and read them regularly also

    I also enjoy the Girl in Times Square by the same author (Paullina Simons).

    I also like anything by Ciara Geraghty or Maggie Alderson as they are easy to read.

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    Oops I pressed send too soon.

    I also enjoy Robert Galbraith's (aka JK Rowling's Cormoran Strike detective novels.

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    Try 'The Girl On the Train'

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauzie View Post
    I love the bronze horseman trilogy, I read it once a year. It is hands down my favourite books!
    I think I read the first of these many years ago - may have to look and see where I got too with it.

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    I just finished This Little Life. It's heart wrenching and sad but the writing is fabulous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    Try 'The Girl On the Train'
    Read that one 🏻


 

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