I've got to say Suspense. That was a tough choice because I'd like to say that I love mystery! But, I haven't read a good....and I mean really good mystery in ages. And even when I DID read mysteries, the excellent ones were few and far between;. Would love some suggestions!!
Would have to say, my personal top are: James Patterson, Iris Johansen and Brad Meltzer. Of course there are exceptions...I've read a few by Patterson that I couldn't stand, but the good far outweighs the bad.
Well, once again I'm going to say Patterson and Johansen. Something about Johansen's killers seem so fantastically masculine. Like she got into a male's mind and did it the way he would. I can say the same for the women in Patterson's stories. He's mastered so many different types of female emotions that I'd think he had a lady ghostwriting for him.
Haha, I loved The Good Guy by Dean Koontz and barely remember the horrifying parts but know that it was awesome. I don't know that I'll read it again though!! Way too scary.
The Running Man by Richard Bachman (I'm probably late to the party on this one but OMG)
Truly, Madly by Heather Webber (don't laugh! It was actually pretty good!)
Sweet Jiminy by Kristin Gore (does this count? I dunno?)
Would love to read more Brad Meltzer, Heather Graham and Dean Koontz (not too scary though please!!). I'm also feeling brave enough to read some of Stephen King's less horrifying works, which I don't know what those would be. Maybe Under the Dome?
I've yet to try Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series. I don't know if I'll like it, but it seems like everyone does! I also have Word of Honor by Nelson DeMille on my TBR. No idea if YOU should read it though!
Suggestions are more than welcome!
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