Helena (darlaslilgirl) wrote in bookish,
Helena
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help please...

I found a stack of books today in the back of cupboard and i need some help knowing whats a good read and what can go to the charity shop. ive heard of no more than 3 of these so any opinions would be helpful.

Individual Novels
Trial Run by Dick Francis
Up and Coming by Molly Parkin
The English Gentlemen by Douglas Southerland
The English Gentlemen's Wife by Douglas Southerland
The English Gentlemen's Mistress by Douglas Southerland
The Last Day's of America by Paul E. Erdman
Everything and More by Jaqueline Briskin
Solo by Jack Higgins
The Stalin Account (A Novel) by Kenneth Royce
Touch the Devil by Jack Higgins
The Iron Tiger by Jack Higgins
The Devil's Alternative by Frederick Forsyth
The Garden of Weapons by John Garden
Memories of another day by Harold Robbins
The Faraway Drum's by John Cleary
The Legion of the damned by Sven Hassel
The Keep by F. Paul Wilson
Pet Sematary by Stephen King

Omnibus's
George Orwell: Animal Farm, Burmese Days, A Clergyman's Daughter, Coming up for air, Keep the Aspistra Flying, Nineteen Eighty-Four

H.G. Wells: The Time Machine, The Island of Dr. Moreau, The Invisible Man, The First Men in the moon, The Food of the Gods, In the days of the comet, The War of The Wolrds.

Issac Asimov: The Foundation Trilogy (Foundation, Foundation and Empire, Second Foundation), The Stars, Like Dust, The Naked Sun, I, Robot.

Reader's Digest Condensed Books:
Alone Against the Atlantic by Gerry Spiess with Marlin Bree
Gilded Splendour by Rosalind Laker
The Dam by Robert Byrne
Stalking Point by Duncan Kyle

The Big Bridge by Richard Martin Stern
Badge of Glory by Douglass Reeman
Blue above The Chimneys by Christine Marion Fraiser
No Escape by Joseph Hayes

Dauntless by Alan Evans
Intruder by Louis Charbonneu
Going Wild by David Taylor
Dinah Blow your Horn by Jack Bickham

Touch the Devil by Jack Higgins
One man's Medicine by Morris Gibson
Flanagans Run by Tom McNab
Texas Dawn by Phillip Finch

The Lord God made them All by James Herriot
License Renewed by John Gardener
The Cradle will fall by Mary Higgins Clark
A Very Private War by John Cleary

Young Locksley by Nicholas Chase
The Brea File by Louis Charbonneu
No Moon Tonight by D. E. Charwood
The Girl of The Sea of Cortez by peter Benchley

To Catch a King by Harry Patterson
"...But there are always miracles" by Jack and Mary Willis
Shadow of the moon by M. M. Kaye
The Tightrope Walker by Dorothy Gilman

The Angels Weep by Wilbur Smith
All the days were Summer by Jack M. Bickham
Winner Harris by Ian St. James
Sadie Shapiro, Matchmaker by Robert Kimmel Smith
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