What books are you reading in 2020?

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31. Jack Higgins---Bad Company
32. David Ellis---Jury of One pretty good courtroom drama
33. David Baldacci---One Good Deed a little different Baldacci book. a murder mystery set in 1949 with a likable main character
34. John Gilstrap---Nathan's Run
35. Brad Meltzer---Dead Even
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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1-The other daughter- Lisa Gardner (My fav by her, so far)
2-Fury of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
3-Blood Oath- Linda Fairstein (First time reading her and I have to say this one was very good.)
4-Rage of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
5-All Hallows Eve- Heather Graham
6-Final Jeopardy- Linda Fairstein
7-The Survivors Club- Lisa Gardner (Right on par with the 1st book on my list)
 

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36. John W. Mefford---Streets of Mayhem
37. " " " ---Tap That
38. " " " ---Hate City
39. " " " ---Blood Ring
40 " " " ---No Mas
41. " " " ---Dead Heat These 6 books were a series that I would consider just average
also read another Lee Child short story James Penny's New Identity
 

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The Joe Pickett series by C. J. Box is about as western as I get, although I remember reading Hondo and a couple others way, way, back. I forgot to mention on my list that Lying in Judgment by Gary Corbin is a little different than you're usual courtroom novel. I'm not claiming it's great, but sure is different.
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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The Joe Pickett series by C. J. Box is about as western as I get, although I remember reading Hondo and a couple others way, way, back. I forgot to mention on my list that Lying in Judgment by Gary Corbin is a little different than you're usual courtroom novel. I'm not claiming it's great, but sure is different.
The best western series I have ever read (still reading) is The last mountain man.
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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1-The other daughter- Lisa Gardner (My fav by her, so far)
2-Fury of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
3-Blood Oath- Linda Fairstein (First time reading her and I have to say this one was very good.)
4-Rage of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
5-All Hallows Eve- Heather Graham
6-Final Jeopardy- Linda Fairstein
7-The Survivors Club- Lisa Gardner
8-Jericho Point- Meg Gardiner
 

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46. Kinda Fairstein---Entombed
47. Brad Parks---Say Nothing (What happens when a juror on a murder trial may be the murderer?)
48. Neal Bascomb---The Escape Artists (True story of WW1 British pilots trying to escape from German prisons)
49. Scott Kaufman---In Deepest Consequences
50. Phillip Margolin---The Last Innocent Man ( pretty good legal thriller)
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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1-The other daughter- Lisa Gardner (My fav by her, so far)
2-Fury of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
3-Blood Oath- Linda Fairstein (First time reading her and I have to say this one was very good.)
4-Rage of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
5-All Hallows Eve- Heather Graham
6-Final Jeopardy- Linda Fairstein
7-The Survivors Club- Lisa Gardner
8-Jericho Point- Meg Gardiner
9-When You See Me- Lisa Gardner (A Must Read)
 

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LCF---You must be right about When You See Me. I just went on line to the library and it has 383 people on the waiting list.
 

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51. Mark Gimenez---The Absense of Guilt
52. Wendy C. Staub---Blood Red
53. Greg Iles---The Quiet Game
54. Jack Higgins---Dark Justice
55. Phillip Margolin---Perfect Alibi
 

LICKING COUNTY FAN

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1-The other daughter- Lisa Gardner (My fav by her, so far)
2-Fury of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
3-Blood Oath- Linda Fairstein (First time reading her and I have to say this one was very good.)
4-Rage of the mountain man- William W. Johnstone
5-All Hallows Eve- Heather Graham
6-Final Jeopardy- Linda Fairstein
7-The Survivors Club- Lisa Gardner
8-Jericho Point- Meg Gardiner
9-When You See Me- Lisa Gardner (A Must Read)
10-Cunning of the Mountain Man- William W. Johnstone
 

thePITman

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Toughness by Jay Bilas

I finished this book yesterday; it took me only 6 days. It was the first book I have finished since 5th grade (22 years). I used to love reading, then my 5th grade teacher made it miserable for me, and I hadn't read ever since, until I started this book last Sunday.

Really glad I did! I think I am going to read it again over the next two weeks and this time take notes. Then it'll be on to the next book. I am kinda excited to start reading again - books about leadership, coaching, and self-improvement.
 
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