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December 18, 2007


Barbara B.

These are really helpful and interesting to me. Thanks for posting them.



I'm reading them. Thanks for the lists.


I think they're cool. Keep posting 'em!

Clea Simon

I'm reading them - they're good for reminding me of books I meant to get to this year, but which I missed. But I love lists anyway.

cj lyons

Are you kidding? Keep 'em coming, they're great!!!

My to-be-read list is growing faster than Santa's naughty and nice one!

Thanks for compiling these, David. Happy Holidays!

David J. Montgomery

I'm glad I'm not the only one who's obsessed with lists. There's just something about their orderly nature that's so soothing...

I'll keep 'em coming. I have a bunch more.


Your stupid.


You failed to query me, my young man, so I offer my list as a commentary:

1 - The Midwife's Apprentice by Karen Cushman. Extra ordinary.

2 - Show & Tell - True Tales of Lesbian Lust by Nicole Foster. Reads like an issue of Highlights.

3 - Jack Reacher fanfic by Author Unknown. Reacher and Christmas, what could be more filling for the literate appetite?

Elaine Flinn

Keep 'em coming!


Please do! Of course we're still interested in them!

dick adler

Great stuff. And you owe me big bucks for all the books I've ordered from it...
Happy hols. Are you a grandfather yet? That's when the fun really begins.


Love this! Please do not ever stop posting this every year.


Yep keep them coming David - good to see what veryone enjoyed!

Also for 2008 -

Just finished Stieg Larsson's THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO which
for my money is one of the greatest crime novels I've read in a decade

My Review is online :-


And I have a big feature on Larsson and his work going online shortly
at :-


Want to know what all the fuss is about?

Read Larsson's novel when released in an English Translation on Jan
10th 2008 - you will be mesmoriszed

Best wishes for the Christmas / Festive season and Larsson's book will
show you how exhilerating the Crime Fiction genre can be


karen terry

I am reading them. Most of the books that are favorites, I haven't read yet. I will look them up.


Are you kidding? When Lippman, Eisler, T Perry, TJ Parker and their like recommend a book they automatically become must reads for me! Keep 'em coming.


Keep 'em coming. I'm adding lots of books to my Amazon cart.

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