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Fall of the House of Zeus. A billionaire super-lawyer bribes a judge, trying to screw one of his former associates out of some legal fees. It's like a Grisham novel, except true.

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I'm a memoir fan, but right now I'm re-reading a book I read when i was 13: Flowers For Algernon. Got it b/c my husband had never read it. And just finished Tim Gunn's book about Making It Work, Gunn's Golden Rules. And a graphic novel, last in a series by a friend, the book is called NOVA, and his artwork is fun. I'm also finally going through Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse novels, have finished 2 so far and they are a very fast, easy, light read.

I could probably list favorite authors more easily than I can book titles.

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Just finished Th1rteen R3asons Why. I loved it and recommend it to many others.

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This will be my first time reading his work! I traditionally stay away from novels...but working in the medical insurance field on the AR side...I am thinking it will definately hold my attention.

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I am going to start reading John Grisham's the Rainmaker tomorrow.

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I started reading Painted House when it first came out serialized in the Oxford American, but then missed a couple of issues and never got back to it.

I don't read much fiction anyway, and when I do I prefer short stories and poetry to novels. Somewhere I've got a couple of short stories John wrote long ago and sent to me, but which he has never published as far as I know. One is hilarious, about an old Baptist deacon who had to take a urine test when the church went overboard in whipping its deacons into line.

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Frnz ~~ We must have a mental telepathy thing going on! That is amazing!

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John Sanford, one of his "Prey" series...good, light fiction

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Oh, just finishing Carrie Fisher's Wishful Drinking.

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Kat, I had to smile when I read your post... Just last night I was bored and flipping through the channels and ended up finding To Kill a Mockingbird. Then while watching it I was looking for a book to download to my iPad and ended up downloading Grisham's A Painted House which was one of my favorites!

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