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In reply to an earlier post on 5 Nov 2012 21:51:50 GMT
teddybear says:
why not read June Hampson book series about Daisy Lane
gritty, similar to Mandasue Heller... teddybear hove

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 17:42:07 GMT
Last edited by the author on 6 Nov 2012 17:52:52 GMT
LEP says:
Jessie Keane
Jacqui Rose
Niamh O'Connor
Helen Black
Karen Woods
Anna Smith
Eileen MacKenney
Kate Kray
Kimberley Chambers
Jessie Keane
Lee Martin
Jane Elliot

Sorry if I've mentioned any of these before.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 17:42:20 GMT
Mr. L. Ross says:
If you like biography, why not read Everything Gets Over by Anne Wynne-Jones. A fantastic read and mixture of humour and pathos

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 21:32:15 GMT
teddybear says:
read the series by JUNE HAMPSON... similar to
Jessie Keane and Kimberley Chambers... start with
the first book about Daisy LANE... TEDDYBEAR HOVE

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 21:59:44 GMT
Last edited by the author on 6 Nov 2012 22:01:21 GMT
monica says:
You'll be delighted to hear about a couple of absolute blinders: Reunion In Heaven, my account of the painful journey that led to my coming to terms with the death of a hamster, and Tonight, Josephine?, the tale of a 12th-century family in the Baltic regions whose welfare is threatened by a powerful landlord whose right-hand man is a homicidal unicorn. Okay, they aren't crime novels written by women, but my user name is a female one and I'm on remand, so my books have *some* relevance.

(I'm sorry, Mrs Kidd, but I couldn't resist. I've no suggestions, as I've not read the authors you name, but I hope some of the [unadvertised] titles others have mentioned have helped . . . )

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 22:05:57 GMT
gille liath says:
<<snigger>> :)

I'll put in a good word for you with the parole board.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 22:23:20 GMT
Lynda Turbet says:
Read Louise Millar's first novel, The Playdate.

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Nov 2012 22:24:25 GMT
Lynda Turbet says:
But not for the sqeamish...

Posted on 10 Nov 2012 18:25:13 GMT
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Posted on 17 Nov 2012 22:19:00 GMT
Sapphire says:
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Posted on 17 Nov 2012 22:20:59 GMT
Sapphire says:
also what about good old dan brown novels??

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2012 22:26:21 GMT
gille liath says:
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Posted on 17 Nov 2012 22:31:38 GMT
Sapphire says:
what dan brown? i do love a good dan brown, particularly da vinci code. but i did realy enjoy another unknown soldier.

Posted on 17 Nov 2012 22:34:01 GMT
Sapphire says:
I even left a review for another unknown solider, and i havent done that for years! i only just got my kindle so i may start reviewing more often now :D

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2012 22:36:40 GMT
gille liath says:
What's that title again? :)

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2012 22:38:29 GMT
Sapphire says:
Lol, how else am I to identify which book I'm talking about!!

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Nov 2012 23:09:12 GMT
I Readalot says:
Trouble is that neither Dan Brown or the other book are anything like Martina Cole which is what the OP is asking for.

Posted on 18 Nov 2012 15:12:30 GMT
Sapphire says:
I've never read a martina cole book, the title asked for recommendations of good books and I didnt read through the whole thing properly. Sorry! I just recommended a book I just finished and had enjoyed and then some other of my favourites.

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Nov 2012 16:10:53 GMT
I Readalot says:
Always a good idea to read the OP to prevent any confusion.

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Nov 2012 16:54:51 GMT
teddybear says:
try and get one of her early written books.
Dangerous Lady, etc. They are truly wonderful
then the later books, lose something... as if somebody else
wrote them for Martina...

Posted on 18 Nov 2012 17:59:40 GMT
RoniH says:
Martin Cruz Smith - Arkady series (Gorky Park) Excellent way to pass the time
Tom Rob Smith - Child 44 trilogy, scary but superb reading.
Frank Herbert's Dune series from start to finish - it is a story of the ecological evolving of the planet Dune (Arrakis) but it needs to be read one after anothger to really get the point.
Start with these - I cxan recomend plenty more.

Posted on 18 Nov 2012 18:18:55 GMT
Kam Carr bring me to life.. its free at the moment and it is really good. Your glued right till the end.

Posted on 25 Nov 2012 10:30:14 GMT
Love to shop says:
Like a good thriller? I've started Shattered (Donna Harp Series) by Karl Jones, and enjoying it very much so far.

Posted on 25 Nov 2012 10:55:24 GMT
Before I go to sleep was a fantastic thriller read
And Me before you.

In reply to an earlier post on 25 Nov 2012 11:01:32 GMT
Before I go to sleep - s j Watson
The Street- Kay Breland
Cold Kill & beyond evil- Neil White
and try Karen Woods, bagheads, black tears & broken youth.
I hope you enjoy x
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