Seth Godin again makes a compelling business book while offering some entertainment and irony. Keep 'em coming.
I am on my 20th book from this series, which I started reading just a few weeks ago. They all seem to blend together but they're all very good. Start at #1 and work your way through.
It feels like I just started reading this series. I read this one in late July and I am now on number 20. I'll be disappointed to finish but happy that I happened upon the series and will look to read other titles from the same author.
Travis McGee and Meyer are a compelling duo. Start at the beginning and I dare you to stop.
In between John D. MacDonald's Travis McGee books, I am also reading Carl Hiassen's. Seems like I'm on a Florida kick. In any case, Hiassen's books are quirky and interesting reads. Definitely worthwhile. And they elevate Florida beyond the strip mall existence that is all to evident when you visit there.
Despite being a bit dated, which is barely noticeable, the Travis McGee series is among the best I have found. Start here and keep going. You'll enjoy the ride.
Like John D. MacDonald, Harlan Coben, and Lee Child, Robert Ellis presents a strong series with compelling characters and believable stories.
I read this one, then devoured all of the rest. Great stuff. Strong recommendation to those who like the genre.
I continue to enjoy Cannell's series work. Looking forward to the next. I'm sure somebody has thought of this but... these would make a good basis for a TV show.
King crosses from his typical genre to make a nice story and a potential series-maker, if he's so inclined.
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