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Thank you for stopping by. I do not update this page often. I would like to, but work keeps me busier than it should.

I liked Ken Follett way before Oprah had ever heard of him, as with many on BC. I found The Pilars of the Earth fascinating. I am always open to good reads. If you know of an author that you think is good and you liked Ken Follett's book or his other work, let me know about it, I would like to hear your thoughts. Pillars is quite a bit different than his other books, true, but I was quite moved by it and I would like to find that again. Have you?

I also like the true crime genre. There is an obvious realism there. I was surprised by that when I started reading Ann Rule's books. I did not know what to expect but she writes the facts without giving too much. Rule is a former policewoman and a New York Times Bestselling author of true crime. (You can learn more by going to Ann Rule's homepage here). I like to check her site every now and then and again around the time I finish one of her books. She has only written one novel, called Possession. It deals with the Stockholm Syndrome - fascinating in itself.

Until we meet again...take care.

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