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Have you considered any books by Bruce Boyer or Alan Flusser? Bernhard Roetzl wrote my personal favorite as well.
This looks good. Where to cop? ^^^
Ibaka "might" play. At home after 2 crushing defeats away. The plot thickens.
49. Stay Close Harlan Coben 2012 Centers around the seedy side of Atlantic City with 3 separate stories that turn into one- a series of serial killings of men on Mardi Gras. The killer turns out to be someone you wouldn't expect. Coben really has a talent for outrageous metaphors which can bring a belly laugh or two. Loved the book. A couple of well done plot twists.
The last 10 or so I've selected from the infamous list have been duds. So I read what entertains me. I can still get in at least 20 at 100 and 30 at 125.
Jesus, you read hard books. In 3 different languages no less.
48. Darkest Fear Harlan Coben 2000 Hero is named Myron Bolitar and is an investigator/sports agent. Contracted to find bone marrow for a transplant for an old flame's son, who turns out to be his. Whilst accomplishing this, solves a series of murders. And signs a famous shortstop. A real page turner; I sat up till 3am reading it. I'm going to look for more Bolitar novels. His character is quite endearing.
47. Ride the River 1980 Louis L'Amour 16 yr old Echo Sackett travels from the TN mountains to Philadelphia to retrieve an inheritance. Mostly by river, hence the title. There are many bad guys in Phil and she is chased on the way home as well. She is rescued by her cousins when things look bleakest and all ends well.
I want the Spurs to win it all, but OKC has given them fits all season.
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