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Single & Single
3.52
liked it
None
Dec 12, 2014
Nov 05, 2014
 
Zero Day (John Puller, #1)
4.00
liked it
None
Apr 24, 2013
Apr 06, 2013
 
Defending Jacob
3.98
really liked it
None
Jul 20, 2013
Jun 24, 2013
 
The Hit  (Will Robie, #2)
4.07
liked it
None
Aug 28, 2013
Jul 26, 2013
 
The Forgotten (John Puller, #2)
4.08
liked it
Fast paced, easy to read, not Baldacci's best by any means, but entertaining.
Feb 09, 2014
Dec 13, 2013
 
The Score (Parker, #5)
4.06
liked it
Fast paced read, and my first real "crime" novel that wasn't really based on a mystery to be unraveled at the end, so while it was a bit different tha ...more
Nov 19, 2011
Sep 02, 2011
 
Chasing the Sun
3.25
liked it
Readable, fast paced story, centered on the impact kidnapping for ransom has on a circle of family and friends, set in Peru in the 1990s. The author w ...more
Jul 20, 2014
May 30, 2014
 
Supreme Justice (Reeder and Rogers #1)
3.77
liked it
Fast paced, lots of action. Good read for a vacation.
Aug 02, 2014
Aug 02, 2014
 
Sharp Objects
3.93
really liked it
Fast paced read, with one of the more interesting, psychologically speaking, narrators in books I've read recently. The book is compulsively readable, ...more
Jun 24, 2013
Jun 18, 2013
 
The Guilty (Will Robie, #4)
4.13
it was ok
Typical Baldacci fare - mostly entertaining, fast paced, easy to read. Perhaps I've just read too much of him, but I found this to be a little more pr ...more
Sep 04, 2016
Sep 02, 2016
 
Stars Fall
3.98
liked it
In the same vein as a Grisham legal thriller, this book is all action, centered around the murder of a state supreme court justice. The criminal actio ...more
Oct 06, 2014
Oct 06, 2014
 
The Dead Key
3.84
liked it
I enjoyed the book - I found the underlying plot device for the mystery that the novel unravels to be interesting and catching, and the parallel story ...more
Apr 19, 2015
Feb 09, 2015
 
Darktown
4.06
really liked it
This is the third book I've read by Mullen, and just like the other two, I enjoyed this book immensely. The book is equal parts historical fiction and ...more
Nov 13, 2016
Sep 24, 2016
 
The Shape Shifter (Navajo Mysteries, #18)
3.99
liked it
The second Joe Leaphorn mystery I've read from Hillerman (oddly enough, the other, read right before this book, was book number 1). The book was given ...more
Jan 13, 2018
Jan 07, 2018
 
The Blessing Way (Leaphorn & Chee, #1)
4.06
liked it
I got this book (along with a couple others by Hillerman) as a gift, from someone who said I should take the time to read a "non-thinking" book and re ...more
Jan 07, 2018
Dec 31, 2017
 
The Racketeer
3.80
liked it
Been awhile since I've picked up a Grisham book (and now I'm about to read another one), but this reminded me of why I enjoy his work. This was easy t ...more
Sep 07, 2016
Sep 02, 2016
 
The Escape (John Puller, #3)
4.15
liked it
I say it was typical Baldacci fare, but since I've read well over 10 of Baldacci's books, I find his fare to be enjoyable reads.

This was the third boo
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Dec 19, 2015
Dec 03, 2015
 
Crimson Snow (Hilda Johansson #5)
3.75
it was ok
While I found the book readable with acceptable pacing, it ended up being just okay for me. Perhaps because I haven't read the other books with Hilda ...more
Sep 12, 2016
Sep 02, 2016
 
Spider Woman's Daughter (Leaphorn  & Chee, #19)
3.96
really liked it
I recently read two books by Tony Hillerman, Anne Hillerman's father, that introduced me to the characters of Joe Leaphorn, Jim Chee, and Bernie Manue ...more
Jan 14, 2018
Jan 14, 2018
 
By All Men's Judgments
3.89
it was ok
Mostly a fun read, and very quick to get through. The book's premise is an elderly lady, knowing she is close to her death, wishes to tell a story to ...more
Oct 14, 2014
Oct 06, 2014
 
Case Histories (Jackson Brodie #1)
3.82
liked it
This is the second book I've read by Atkinson ("Life after Life", which was excellent, being the first). Perhaps because of the experience with the fi ...more
Oct 05, 2015
Sep 28, 2015
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