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I don't read much these days but loved Frederick Forsyth books - The Odessa File, The Day of the Jackal and the lesser known The Devil's Alternative are my favourites.

I take a couple of volumes of Spike Milligan's war memoirs on holiday every year. They're laugh out loud funny and really well written.

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Nah not this post, but thought I’d start a wee “book topic” Used to read a lot but nowadays find it harder and harder to find the time. Went through a spell of easy reading more recently with Lee

I don't read much these days but loved Frederick Forsyth books - The Odessa File, The Day of the Jackal and the lesser known The Devil's Alternative are my favourites. I take a couple of volumes

The first book I read which I couldn't put down was Misery by Stephen King. King brought that to live page by page, and when the film came out I thought they did a great job. I thought Kathy Bates got

On 11/09/2020 at 15:54, dblair said:

Great to read all the different suggestions and opinions 👍🏻 Will maybe try out one or 2 out 

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Can you no read? It was the Football Factory TRILOGY! 

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