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Old 03-12-2013, 12:58 PM   #38
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Defining 'Thriller' as any novel where the narator or principal character is in some serious/life threatening hazard,
I'd recommend
The Dogs of Riga (Henning Mankel)
Pompeii, Fatherland & 'The Fear Index' (Robert Harris)
'Deadly Decisions' or pretty well any (Kathy Reichs) Novel
'Rogue Male' (Geoffrey Household) & also 'Rogue Justice'.
'Aftermath' (Peter Robinson)
'Bleeding Hearts' (Jack Harvey - aka Ian Rankin)
'The Constant Gardener' (John le Carré)

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