Több könyvet is olvastam már, de a legkiemelkedőbb az Elfújta a szél (Margaret Mitchell) és A segítség (Kathryn Stockett) című könyvek, mindkettő nagyon jó volt.
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Fannie Flagg: Sült zöld paradicsom
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Kathleen Grissom: Tölgyfa a dombtetőn
Charlaine Harris True Blood sorozata
Carson McCullers: Magányos vadász a szív
Nem írtam ki minden regényt, a molyos polcon egész sok fent van.
Az angol könyvek között is nézelődtem. Ezek keltették fel az érdeklődésem, de itt a link, ahol annyit lehet találni, hogy pár évig biztos elég olvasnivalóm lenne. Ráadásul még olyan oldalt is találtam, ahol a rejtélyek vannak a központban.
As the two unlikely companions make their long and sometimes dangerous journey, Starla’s eyes are opened to the harsh realities of 1963 southern segregation. Through talks with Eula, reconnecting with her parents, and encountering a series of surprising misadventures, Starla learns to let go of long-held dreams and realizes family is forged from those who will sacrifice all for you, no matter if bound by blood or by the heart.
When Jane Forrester takes a position as Grace County’s newest social worker, she doesn’t realize just how much her help is needed. She quickly becomes emotionally invested in her clients' lives, causing tension with her boss and her new husband. But as Jane is drawn in by the Hart women, she begins to discover the secrets of the small farm—secrets much darker than she would have guessed. Soon, she must decide whether to take drastic action to help them, or risk losing the battle against everything she believes is wrong.
On a sprawling Southern estate, Tucker and his younger brother, Mutt, were raised by their housekeeper, Miss Ella Rain, who loved the motherless boys like her own. Hiring her to take care of Waverly Hall and the boys was the only good thing their father ever did.
When his brother escapes from a mental hospital and an old girlfriend appears with her son and a black eye, Tucker is forced to return home and face the agony of his own tragic past.
Though Miss Ella has been gone for many years, Tuck can still hear her voice--and her prayers. But finding peace and starting anew will take a measure of grace that Tucker scarcely believes in.
James Lee Burke: The neon rain
Introducing the New Orleans detective Dave Robicheaux Johnny Massina, a convicted murderer bound for the electric chair, has warned Dave Robicheaux that he's on somebody's hit list, and now the homicide detective is trying to discover just who that is before he ends up dead. Meanwhile he has taken on the murder investigation of a young black girl found dead in the Bayou swamp - a case no one seems keen for him to investigate. But Robicheaux persists and uncovers a web of corruption that some would kill to protect, leading him to a terrifying confrontation with the one horror he fears most of all.