A.J. Quinnell Message Board
Randy posts on 2/7/2006 5:19:06 PM
Andy, seems those seeking information are not inclined to respond. Have you heard from Sophia and family? I e mailed her a few weeks ago and got no response. Hope they are ok.
Andy posts on 2/2/2006 1:03:51 PM
Dianne, to save you the hassle of looking it up, here it is again…Man on Fire, The Mahdi, Snap Shot, Blood Ties, Siege of Silence, In the Name of the Father, The Perfect Kill, The Blue Ring, Black Horn and Message from Hell...In that order.
Randy posts on 2/2/2006 8:23:37 AM
Dianne, see my post on 1/17/06. The only novel not listed is Blood Ties; also see Andy's post on 12/03/05 where the full titles are posted in order.
Dianne posts on 2/2/2006 6:41:03 AM
My husband and I are avid readers and have enjoyed Quinnells novels immensely. Please advise of his last few novels as we are not sure if we have read all of them.
Randy posts on 1/17/2006 5:16:57 AM
Ivela, jeager asked me to relay yhr following info to you; he's was unable to post for some reason.
He has Man, Siege, Snap,Father, Kill, Ring,Blackhorn and message at the present time.
ivella posts on 1/10/2006 1:14:18 PM
as regards to message i read from jaeger that he has books of Quinnell for sale. i am interested in buying. i already have some titles. Would you tell me the titles you are selling and the price?
jaeger posts on 1/5/2006 11:37:22 PM
The full set of paperbacks has been posted to E bay by a friend who is more familiar with this e bay stuff. All in excellent condition. At this time I do not know what the actual bid may be.
Any other questions, please reply to this site.
thanks and Happy New Year to all.
Brian posts on 1/4/2006 9:06:17 PM
Jaeger (or anyone else)
Is the complete set still for sale?
Randy posts on 1/4/2006 12:50:36 PM
Michael, I commend to you:
Robert B. Parker and the "Spenser" novels
Robert Crais and the Elvis Cole novels
Stephen Hunter and the Earl Swagger novels
John MacDonald and the Travis Mcgee novels
These authors represent numerous novels, all of which are excellent. It's best, to read them chronologically, but they will all stand alone.
Ashley Nicholson posts on 1/4/2006 9:54:13 AM
If you like a.j. you might like
John Sandford.Louis Davenport is an interesting character.
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