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AB Editor | 10:01 Mon 18th Jul 2011 | Books & Authors
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I most often read...

  • Detective/Crime Fiction/Mystery/Thriller - 78 votes
  • 48%
  • Non-fiction & Biography - 35 votes
  • 22%
  • Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Paranormal - 20 votes
  • 12%
  • Literary Fiction & Classics - 17 votes
  • 11%
  • Historical Fiction - 9 votes
  • 6%
  • Romance - 2 votes
  • 1%

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And proper books not your fake electronic thingy either
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So where's the button for ''All of the above'', Ed?
you should be able to say you read more than one category.
in fact all, because you might at some time or other?
And why not on a Kindle may I ask....we don't all live in the stone age ;0)
what about 'contemporary fiction'? that's the sort i read and i wouldn't class them as any of the above really.
Peter Robinson Wednesday's Child
Detective novel
I have just finished reading the latest Peter James crime novel, Dead Man's Grip and can thoroughly recommend it. It is a riveting read.
there's no category for adventure - i.e. Robert Ruark, Wilbur Smith, John Gordon Davis!
Where's the 'humour' category, Ed?

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