I just finished reading Deception Point by Dan Brown. Published in 2001, it is interesting to think how much the world and our nation have changed since it was written. Without giving away any of the plot, it is filled with wonderful detail, twists and turns, science, military technology, and politics of a presidetial election. It's quite long and I thought I had it "figured out" 2 or more times. For a while I was absolutely sure which character was the villain, but you won't know for certain until very close to the end. If you like suspense and thrillers, I reccomend that one!
Now the tough part, choosing the next book to read. I have stacks and stacks sitting here. Including two Michael Connelly novels that I grabbed thinking that they said "Crichton". Anybody read him? I knew I couldn't go wrong with Crichton and was at a big busy book sale. At most I wasted 2 bucks. I also have "My Dog Tulip" and a few Jodi Picoult novels, plus one from Anita Shreve - or I could read another Dan Brown . . . I have some biographies lying around too. I'm leaning towards something light this time round . . . I'll be poking around and when I make up my mind will change my sidebar