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katie230193

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Hello everyone. I am new here.

 

I love reading, when I was a child my family was all anti-reading saying it was a waste of time. I should be watching T.V think of Matilda Wormwood, I didn't go to the library like her though, Surprisingly I found my love of reading through Fifty shades of Grey. So that book is good for some things.

 

My passions are thrillers and crime. I do dabble in romance and erotica, but it has to be of decent quality romance. I'm just finishing reading "cut" by Marc Rabbe. Taken me ages to read unfortunately life has been getting in the way. 

 

I love Stephen King, I currently have "Revival" to read when I get chance. 

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Hi Katie, welcome to the forum.  :)

 

I've been enjoying crime fiction too, this past couple of years.  Prior to that, it was a genre that I'd really not explored much at all.  I'm currently working my way through Agatha Christie's Poirot novels.  Have you read any of those?

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You can pretty much pick and choose, although I'd advise not to read Curtain first, as it's the last in the series, and wraps everything up.

 

I'd recommend The Murder of Roger Ackroyd as a good starting point.

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Hi Katie, I've read a couple of his books but I'm not a huge fan of the genre.

 

I'm sure you'll find plenty of reading suggestions here!

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