the black book james patterson
Murder on the orient express agatha christie

The Girl In The Ice Robert Bryndza

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Pillars of the Earth Ken follett
Silent Scream Angela Marsons
the princess bride william goldman
the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy

M.M. Chouinard

​​​​​I read in just about every genre. Here's what I'm currently reading:

Here are some books I've enjoyed recently:


​Here are some of my classic crime fiction favs:

Murder On The Orient Express (Agatha Christie)

A man is killed while travling on a train with twelve

other passengers--and Hercule Poirot. My favorite 

mystery, ever. I don't usually re-read mysteries, but 

I've read this several times. It's a classic for a 


And here are some of my all-time favorites across genres:

The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy (Douglas Adams)

If you like your sci-fi smothered in with and           

hilarity, this is the book for you. Seen the movie? 

The book is light years better.

The Princess Bride (William Goldman)

If you like your fantasy smothered in wit and

hilarity, this is the book for you. Seen the movie?

The book is fire-swamp levels better.

Pillars of the Earth (Ken Follett) 

This epic saga follows two medieval generations

as their dreams and demons clash; as they fight to

survive, they embrace the most heart-breaking

aspects of being human.