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Posted: 12/27/2003 5:25:55 AM EDT
I am in the final chapters of Robert Ludlum's book "The Janson Directive."

Same old thing as most of his other books, spy's, conspiracy, international travel, government involvement, pretty good knowledge of weapons (although I thought it strange he said a Corvette had a steel body, maybe the newer ones do?) all in all a book I have had a hard time putting down.

I recommend it highly.
Link Posted: 12/27/2003 6:29:37 AM EDT
Like that? Then you will like Dan Browns Deception Point !!
Link Posted: 12/27/2003 9:56:25 AM EDT
The trick with Ludlum's books is not to read them too close together. You need to space them out by a month or 2. Several years ago my wife & I got on a kick of reading them where she'd be reading one while I was reading the one she'd just finished. By about #3, I could recite the next page before I got to it. Other than that, they're good Froot Loops for the brain.
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