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Harlan Coban's "Hold on Tight". Re-reading it, since I didn't realize I'd already read it when I paid 50 cents for it at the library's "bargain cart".
I'm reading one of Nora Roberts trilogies.
After all these years I finally got around to reading Catcher in the Rye. Maybe I'm to old now but found it tedious.
Funny you should say that, John. I LOVED it when I read it in junior high. I recently re-read it and felt like giving old Holden a smack upside the head!
I'm reading two books now: "The Outermost House" written by a man who spent a year in a tiny house in the dunes of Cape Cod, and "I Loved Her in the Movies", by Robert Wagner, the actor, about all the actresses he's known and worked with.
My friend Jane is trying to turn me on to James Patterson.
I'm reading a mystery series by 'Ed McBain'. When I started them I did not realize the first of these was written in 1955. And there is a series of 50+ of this 87th Precinct Mysteries.
These are cheap or free Kindle E books. I love being able to read on my puter or on my phone. No matter where I am I have my book with me. Often in places where there is no phone signal but I can still read my current book as long as I have already downloaded it to my phone. TMI I suppose but it workes for me.