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Bookshelf (Part Four)

For this bookshelf list, I decided to come up with a list of authors instead of books. I felt like it was easier that way. But, as always, if you have any suggestions–books or authors–let me know.

bookshelf four mystery authors rachel poli

1. Agatha Christie
2. James Patterson
3. David Baldacci
4. Sue Grafton
5. Robert B. Parker
6. Victor Methos
7. William Rabkin
8. Spencer Quinn

If there are any books you think I should add to this list, please let me know in the comments!

If you have an idea for a list I should make, feel free to Contact Me or let me know in the comments!

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Born and raised in Massachusetts, Rachel Poli is a writer and blogger. She has an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a bachelor’s degree in English Studies. She enjoys writing young adult novels, middle-grade, and children’s picture books. She is currently working on her first novel.

13 thoughts on “Bookshelf (Part Four)

      1. Sue Grafton, Agatha Christie, and Spencer Quinn.
        Grafton has an ABC mystery series, the first book being “A For Alibi.” I’ve only read one Christie book so far (she has sooo many) but it was very good. Quinn has a mystery series with a dog in it, lol.

      2. All right. Thanks!
        I’ve seen Grafton’s books everywhere, but I can never find A For Alibi. True, Christie has tons. I don’t know where to begin. Okay, a dog is different…it’s good to know what I’m getting myself into.

      3. I have Grafton’s books on my kindle. Easier that way, lol.
        I started with one of Christie’s series because I can easily tell which book to get next.

      4. It’s hard to figure it out. Plus at my bookstore all her books are on the top shelf. Very discouraging for short people like me, lol.

  1. I have read a few mysteries, but the only ones on your list I’ve read are Agatha Christie and James Patterson… And the sad thing is, it wasn’t a mystery I read by James Patterson but a YA sci-fi/fantasy… I couldn’t even name the authors I’ve read. Not off the top of my head…

      1. Actually, as much as I’d like to read that one, it wasn’t it. I’ve read the first four or five in the Maximum Ride series. I loved the first one. The second one was good and the third was decent. It starts getting… weird… weirder?… after that. The whole concept of winged children, but after book three, the books started feeling more unbelievably out there than before. I will probably finish the series someday, but I don’t know how well I’d like it.

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