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Thread: What are you reading? (continued)

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    I'm currently reading Gardner McKay's '' Toyer'', a super well written polar. I highly recommand it. Gardner McKay used to be an actor and he portrayed captain Adam Troy in Adventure in Paradise in the sixties for those of you who can remember. He passed away in 2001, just after he gave his manuscript to the editor. A real good looking guy, who died at a very young age. I didn't know he was also a writer and I have leaned that he was also a wild animal tamer. Anyway Toyer is about a serial ''killer'' who's not really a killer. Look for yourself. Amazing!!!

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    I'm reading Dean Koontz "77 Shadow Street". I am really enjoying it so far.

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    Just finished Stewart O'Nan's "Emily, Alone" and I'm going to read Joe R. Lansdale's "The Drive-In" series next.

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    Iam reading 11/22/63 and it is great.

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    Taking a break from SK, and reading "Jackpot", by Jason Ryan. Story of the southern "gentlemen smugglers" of the 70s and early 80s who brought tons of marijuana and hashish into the US from Jamaica and Columbia, and the federal task force that brought them down. Great true story, and a lot of the places mentioned in the book are familiar to me, because I live on the southeast coast.

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    I am reading Midnight by Dean Koontz. So far so good

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    Red, by Ted Dekker.

    Along with my 1st re-read of Wizard and Glass.



    ("All things serve the Beam")

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    Quote Originally Posted by fushingfeef View Post
    Just finished Stewart O'Nan's "Emily, Alone" and I'm going to read Joe R. Lansdale's "The Drive-In" series next.
    Can't go wrong with a Lansdale book, he's great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JellybeanJay View Post
    I am reading Midnight by Dean Koontz. So far so good
    And nary a 'gifted' Golden Retriever to be found amoungst it's pages! It's actually a pretty darn good read, enjoy!

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    me luvs me some big joe lansdale...the 'drive in' books were among my first reads...are there just the two ?

    his westerns are pretty good, too

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