Anything by Philip K ****.
Couple of "oldies" for you: Eye of the Needle, & The Key to Rebecca< both by Ken Follett
Ken Follett is good!
Sci-fi? Anything by Elizabeth Moon or Julie Czernada. Something lighter but fantasy ba<x>sed--anything by Terry Pratchett or Simon Green's "Nightside" series. Anything by Glen Cook--you can go for his sci-fi or his various fantasy series.
I am reading a clockwork orange and the mockingjay right now, they're pretty good
Any of the Dean Koontz novels, Full Moon Rising and the rest of the series by Keri Aurther, the Janet Evanovich novels (either the Stephanie Plum series, the Holiday series, or the new Wicked series). All great books!
Ooo, Koontz. What was that one about the guy whose parents were carnies and he has a crazy twin brother? Set in Colorado?
I really like the author Alan Dean Foster.
Motherhood walk to fame- Its ridiculously funny
Lee Child's "Reacher" books--about a tough drifter, ex-military, who drifts into situations, and fixes them<br />
Stephen Hunter's novels, though the last couple weren't as good as the old stuff...about an old sheriff, former sniper
this one book called Fighting, by sam sheridan. Its very good.
Everything by WEB Griffin, especially the Cletus Frade series and the Marine Corps series. Although, I always will love the Men at War characters.<br />
Everything Robert Heinlein. You may have to hit the used book stores for him. The pickings are getting slim in the regular book stores.<br />
Ring World, by Larry Niven (sp?)<br />
Team Yankee, by Harold Coyle. Also getting hard to find.
How about Burning Chrome? It's in with a bunch of other shorts in a book by William Gibson.
Obedience by Will Lavendar. It's a complete mind ****! But a pretty good read.
The Shining -- I thought was excellent
The bible, malchus: touched by jesus. To kill a mocking bird, walking in circles before lying down
That trilogy by Steig Larson, and ANYTHING by either Dan Brown or Sam Barone
Hes amazing. Guy knows how to tell a story.
Well, it is sci-fi, so thumbs up sir!