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Monday, July 14, 2008

Student Annotations: Suspense

More vacation reading; this time it is suspense.

Here are three suspense:
In the Company of Liars by David Ellis
Honeymoon by James Patterson and Howard Roughan
And, Tell No One by Harlan Coben, which is a sure bet for anyone who enjoys a good suspense novel. In fact, Coben's stand-alone suspense novels are all excellent.

As a bonus, here is a sure bet romantic suspense title too:
Blue Smoke by Nora Roberts

2 comments:

Liz said...

I've not heard of David Ellis -- will have to give him a look. I have always loved Nora Roberts (though she's veering way too far in her more recent paranormal series -- haven't been able to get into them) and am awaiting her newest. Coben is good, too.

Here's a new romantic suspense novel, "3 Aces," involving a trucker (Vietnam vet) and poker player who meet up, break up and ...

Becky said...

Liz, thanks for your thoughts and the link. It is true about Nora Roberts. You have to take a look at each book's plot summary to see if you would enjoy it.