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    Thread created on 00:28:28 - 26/08/21 (2 months ago)
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    Who is your favorite? What titles would you recommend by them?

    I recently binged on Lawrence Sanders. Definitely explores the “secret, in the shadows, darker” side of people and their vices.
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    Posted on 13:09:27 - 27/08/21 (2 months ago)
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    Patricia Highsmith. Greatest thriller writer that ever lived.
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    Posted on 18:42:53 - 02/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Patricia Highsmith. Greatest thriller writer that ever lived.
    Author of The Talented Mr. Ripley huh?
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    Posted on 00:02:35 - 03/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Aristophanes [2135633]

    Patricia Highsmith. Greatest thriller writer that ever lived.

    StarPower [2699953]

    Author of The Talented Mr. Ripley huh?
    Yep. "A Tremor of Forgery" is her most underrated.
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    Posted on 00:46:01 - 05/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Recently I've been getting into Don Winslow. I just finished the cartel trilogy, and now i'm reading the force.
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    Posted on 14:38:13 - 05/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Milan Kundera, Gabriel Garcia Marquez are my fav. Not recent ones though.
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    Posted on 05:00:41 - 06/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    John Grisham for his legal thrillers. Though, if I was feeling a bit more fantastical, Rick Riordan
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    Posted on 05:18:52 - 06/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Dan Brown, you've most likely heard of The Davinci Code or Angels and Demons but I like all his books.
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    Posted on 05:43:48 - 06/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Dan Brown, you've most likely heard of The Davinci Code or Angels and Demons but I like all his books.
    ngl i loved deception point soo much

    i swear i read that book twice and still felt the chills
    that book should've been made a movie i tell u
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    Posted on 14:51:45 - 06/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Milan Kundera, Gabriel Garcia Marquez are my fav. Not recent ones though.
    If you like Marquez, I highly recommend Steinbeck's "Pastures of Heaven". It was an early work and has that magic realism that Marquez does so well. (BTW, "Handsomest Drowned Man" is my favourite Marquez).
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    Posted on 14:12:35 - 07/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    SUDZ [2191868]

    Dan Brown, you've most likely heard of The Davinci Code or Angels and Demons but I like all his books.

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    ngl i loved deception point soo much

    i swear i read that book twice and still felt the chills
    that book should've been made a movie i tell u
    Yeah that's one of my favorite ones, it'd definitely make a good film.
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    Posted on 04:19:32 - 17/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Messer_Pazzi [2278928]

    John Grisham for his legal thrillers. Though, if I was feeling a bit more fantastical, Rick Riordan
    I’ve read a couple John Grisham, enjoyed them!
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    Posted on 04:28:33 - 20/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Man's search for meaning by Viktor Frankl

    21 Lessons for the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari, almost all of Harari's books are great
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    Posted on 07:01:46 - 21/09/21 (1 month ago)
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    Jay Kristoff is fantastic. His recent Empire of the Vampire book is excellent! He’s on a mission to make vampires scary and villainous again and I’m here for it!
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    Posted on 20:31:33 - 18/10/21 (9 days ago)
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    Top Favorites would have to be Michael Crichton and Stephen King, based solely on how many of their books I have read.
    Last edited by Mathematics on 20:48:18 - 18/10/21

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    Posted on 21:49:05 - 20/10/21 (7 days ago)
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    Juliet Marillier <3 I own all of her books.
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    Posted on 17:48:33 - 22/10/21 (5 days ago)
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    I’ve been a Robin Cook fan since I was 10. Richard Preston is good too (non-fiction though).
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    Posted on 22:08:44 - 25/10/21 (2 days ago)
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    Harry turtledove
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