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Jackie posts on 12/12/2008 7:53:25 AM I have read all the Pender books....LOVE them!!! Please anyone know when the next one is due out??
Sylvie posts on 3/10/2008 5:08:19 AM I have just finished reading Jonathan Nasaw 's Girls He Adored. I absolutly loved it. Have read 27 Bones as well. He is pure genius, as his characters stay with you.
akashicisis posts on 2/12/2008 2:55:55 PM the e. l. pender books following the girls he adored are fear itself and 27 bones. the latest one is when she was bad...and max is back...haven't read it soooo want it.



Lee posts on 1/26/2008 4:37:37 PM FYI to Nasaw: revolvers don't have safeties.
Sarah posts on 11/27/2006 7:01:07 PM I just read Jonathan Nasaw Books Fear itself then The Girls He Adored, i was disappointed with the similarities between the books, but they are both written incredibly. I was wondering what books you think are the best to read next?
posts on 5/8/2006 3:37:44 PM Where did Jonathan Nawsaw get all the information about Dissociative Identity Disorder(DID)for his book?
Deb posts on 2/7/2006 9:44:26 AM hi mummy other books by jn are,the world on blood, shadows, west of the moon,& shakedown street.
mummy posts on 1/14/2006 8:41:27 PM does anyone have a complete list of all the books he has made because i own fear itself, the girls he adrored and 27 bones. i was hoping to get all of his work
Tanya Nelson posts on 12/28/2005 12:05:15 AM The personality of Max that was the killer was named Kinch. So the sequel of The Girls He Adored is Fear it's self? So is only Pender in it or is I rene and MAx in it too? Ahh I can't wait to buy the next book.
Saskia posts on 11/18/2005 4:49:07 AM Does anybody know something more about the author himself unless "he lives in Pacific Grove, California" ? Sorry for my bad english, I'm a german fan of Nasaw ;-)
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