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    Talking books recomendations

    Hi looking to buy a new book thriller maybe one that doesnt take 3 pages to describe a room ,fast moving and gripping ,one i dont want to put down ..read all Tim Ellis they are brill

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    I loved I, claudius - I know it's not exactly a thriller in normal terms but it did keep me on the edge of my seat

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    Just finished the Millenium Trilogy of books by Stieg Larsson, they start with "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo".

    I have to say I couldn't put them down and read all three, one after t'other. Absolutely fantastic read and one book naturaly follows from the last.

    It is a pity that Stieg Larsson died just after finishing the last one. A sad loss to the literary world.

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    Lee Child's Jack Reacher series. Start at the first book and work through

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    Have to agree, Lee Childs, hero 'Jack Reacher' is brilliant, its action all way

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    mary higgins clark is good
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    I have to agree with Aestus57 that the Millennium trilogy is fantastic. Took me a little while to get into the first book to be honest, I think just because of all the foreign place names () but once I decided to just ignore them, I loved it!

    'Before I Go To Sleep' by SJ Watson was pretty good too, but not one I would choose to read over and over like the Millennium books.

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    thank you all off to have a look now

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    I noticed today in Tesco they have a pack of all three Millennium books for under a fiver - definitely worth buying!

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