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Favorite Thrillers And Mystery Books

Discussion in 'Book Lovers' started by nandinimithun, Apr 27, 2021.

  1. nandinimithun

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    Lets share, what is our favorite thrillers and mystery books here... I am sure it would he helpful to many, like me
     
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  2. Thyagarajan

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    :hello:In the era gone by all books of Ken Follett, Sidney Sheldon & Irving Wallace were great thrillers. Jeffery archer books too.
     
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    I read a lot of mystery books in my school days. Jeffery archer, sidney sheldon, robin cook, michael crichton, alister maclean all were my favorite authors
     
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    The recent ones I read are the silent patient and the wife between us. Both were good. If you haven't tried Millennium trilogy yet, you can try that. I loved it.
     
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    Jeff archer is one of my fav.
     
  6. nandinimithun

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    I tried reading sidney Sheldon in my school days but couldn't understand anything...
    Back then agaths christie was my fav and jeffrey archer.
     
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    Oh yes i read these novels too. I loved the silent patient climax, it was shocking and most unexpected.
    Wife between us was good too.
    Currently i am reading Linwood Barclay's Find you first, so far it is good....
     
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    I read B A Paris's The Therapist, it was the most unexpected and something which i could not guess... I liked her Behind the closed doors...
     
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    The trap by melanie raabe was good
     
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    Kiss of salt by smitha bhattacharya is old one, a slow burner.
     
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