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Thanks for the comments. I too, am a Grisham fan, although I haven't read the last few. And I have, indeed, read both Helter Skelter and In Cold Blood, though both were several years ago. Perhaps it's time to revisit them.I appreciate y'all taking a moment to share your thoughts.
Mr. Long - two books I am sure you are aware of, and have likely already read, but I believe they need to be mentioned here: "Helter Skelter" by Vincent Bugliosi, and "In Cold Blood" by Truman Capote. Truly classics, never has true crime been done better justice than by these two books. Riveting to this day....Enjoy your reads, and good luck with your writing!
Glad to hear we didn't lose another reader! It seems since the Internet came into play, more people are leaving books on shelves these days. I'm a victim of that. I used to read all of Dean Koontz's books as soon as they came out. I'm a fan of Grisham, Ludlum, Rice, and some other guy whose name eludes me (that's how bad I've gotten). But I haven't been able to get through twenty pages of a book in a couple of years. I'm just so used to reading bits and pieces of their books online, or just reading a review at some website and being comfortable with that. It's really not good.So I'm trying to get back to reading an actual book. I've got Grisham's latest book, The Appeal, and while the first twenty pages were easy, I'm now only getting through 4-5 pages a night. But I'm determined to finish the book.Good luck with your writing! I've been writing since I was eleven, never published, but it's a great exercise for the brain!