Recommend me some books to read!
I am a big Stephen King fan and have read a lot of his books. I know there are a lot of other good authors out there and I would like some recommendations on some books to read. So hit me with it!
I don't read a lot, but I have read a couple of books by Dean Koontz. They were quite intriguing.
I agree Dean Koontz is a good read. I also love Lee Child's books.
I would recommend you follow novels:
Spook Country - William Gibson
Point of Rescue - Sophie Hannah
In the Dark - Mark Billingham
Shutter Island - Dennis Lehane
Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Stieg Larrson
Whiteout - Ken Follett
The Cairo Diary - Maxim Chattam
Deadline - Simon Kernick
The Likeness - Tana French
I hope it helps you
I read a lot but probably not what you would like. However, there are a few you might find interesting. I'll list by author and the particular series if any.
1. Cecelia Ahern - All her books
2. Michael Crichton - Almost all his books
3. David Baldacci - Will Robie, John Puller, King & Maxwell, The Camel Club, and assorted novels
4. Betty Webb - Lena Jones
5. Edward Marston - The Railway Detective, The Home Front Detective
6. Neil Gaiman - various novels
7. Spencer Quinn - Chet & Bernie
8. Jonathan Kellerman - Alex Deleware
9. John Le Carrie - George Smiley, various novels including The Constant Gardener - possibly his best work
10. Mary Higgins Clark - assorted novels
11. Sue Grafton - A through W novels
That's the beginning. I have more when you finish these...
Can I recommend my books? I do have horror short stories as hubs too.
1. No Country of Old Men by Cormac McCarthy
2. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
3. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
Dean Koontz recommendations:
2. The Door to December
4. Servants of Twilight
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