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Wanted Books by Karen Rose, beverly barton or similar

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Looking for books by karen Rose - my mum has two of her books and after others! Have also listed Beverly barton cos looks like she does similar books and to my knowledge my mum hasnt tried her books! Prefer good condition but as long as they are readable then thats main priority!

Please let me know what you have and prices please! May have booksother stuff to swop if someone would prefer!
Can pay via paypal gift or BT
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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Hi - I have quite a few books that your Mum might enjoy but think the Postage might be expensive? I have "die for me" by Karen rose and books by Stephen Booth, Lee Child, Harlen Coben, Martina Cole, Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwell, Jeffrey Deaver, Sarah Dunant, Nicci French, Lisa Gardner, Tess Gerritsen, Sue Grafton, Mary Higgins Clark, Linda La Plante, Stephen Leather, Val McDermid, James Patterson, Kathy Reichs, Ruth Rendell, Peter Robinson, Karin Slaughter, P J Tracy, Minette Walters. The books vary from 1 per author to several by the same author. Most are in fairly good condition but NOT new.
She has most of the other authors (a lot from me!)- havent heard of Stephen Leather, Stephen Booth or Sarah Dunant and not certain about Tess Gerritsen or P J Tracy (think I have heard of them but would have to see some covers or look them up! She has Count to ten and Die for me from Karen Rose though,am trying to get the other 5 or 6 for her...I used to read tonnes too but slowed down when got married and stopped once I had my two daughters - I prefer to read books quite quickly - in one or two sittings, and my memory isnt so great due to kids and\or marriage breakup! might start reading again when kids go to school but I know I used to go nuts when I didnt have a book to read before bed time, and used to re-read books just so I could read something! Now its the ds and the laptop while watching csi's etc! Last ones I remember reading apart from the Kellerman\Koontz\King\Cornwell\Deaver which were my favourites was the Dan Brown ones!

Yeah postage might make it too expensive to do a good deal but if most are softbacks then maybe combined postage wouldnt be too bad...also if you have more recent of the 5 I mentioned then may be interested as may not have read them? My ex did give me two or three of his when he comes from abroad to see kids so have got a couple of them....

I suggest you look for the titles on Amazon as they tend to show the book and give a synopsis of the plot. Hope this is some help.
I have:-
Stephen Leather - Cold Kill, Birthday Girl, The Chinaman and The Eyewitness
Stephen Booth - Blood on the Tongue and One last Breath
Sarah Dunant - Mapping the Edge
Tess Gerritsen - Bloodstream
P J Tracy - Live Bait
Also found the following which may be of interest :-
Hilary Norman - Twisted Minds
Alex Barclay - The Caller
James Siegel - Detour
Clare Seeber - Lullaby
Carol Smith - Grandmother's Footsteps and Without Warning
Andrew Gross - The Blue Zone
To give you an idea,I've weighed one of these books and it weighs 256g, Post Office Standard Parcel service is £4.20 for 2KG, £6.85 for 4KG etc.
Best wishes
BTW - My friend and I swap books regularly and we are going to add Beverly Barton to our list of authors. Not heard of her before, but will give her a try. I still have loads on my shelf to read as my friend is much quicker than me, so mustn't buy any more just yet! I've read Dan Brown and thoroughly enjoyed them. I love Jeffrey Deavr and am just reading his new one - makes me look forward to bedtime :)

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