OK, who is your least favorite author?
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And although I love Christie, her Tuppence and Tommy series, fortunately, a short series that she didn't spend too much time on, bore me.
Why oh why aren't my touchstones working?
>13 nancyewhite: I don't even try any books that have cats as main characters. Is it Lillian Jackson Braun that does this too? Hmm, the touchstones just seem to pull up people with no books, so maybe I am spelling it wrong. Anyway, I have absolutely zero interest in that particular sub-genre (although I do like cats, honest!). Brown's Southern Discomfort is a good book, though.
I'm letting my 14 year old daughter read Six of One right now - she's loving it.
Once I would have listed SueGrafton as a least favorite, but I've found that I love listening to her audiobooks. Weird as that may sound, she's one of two authors that I only enjoy as audiobooks.
I also tried a book by Dicey Deere and it was so dippy I'll never try her again.
I agree with the comments about the series by Elizabeth Peters and Martha Grimes. I loved the early Amelia Peabody and Richard Jury mysteries, but not the later ones.
I love Agatha Christie EXCEPT for Tommy and Tuppance.
Patricia Cornwell - but I use to
Mary Higgins Clark
Rita Mae Brown - I use to but are now too much alike
Lillian Jackson Braun - silly cats
Carolyn G. Hart
Martha Grimes - too dense
I have gone off most cozies as they all seem the same. I have to be in the right mood for them, wanting some real lightness after Henning Mankell or similar authors.
I love cozies............. hope they last forever.
Also, I love Margaret Maron books.
I'm loving them all this time around.
I'm still enjoying Elizabeth Peters' Amelia Peabody books, though! I've read about seven now. And Sue Grafton, but I only read one every couple of years, which might help. I could see myself getting fed up with them if I binged.
I gave up on Karin Slaughter 30 pages into Blindsighted, it was just too gross.
And I'm not overly fond of Donna Andrews. Murder with Peacocks was delightful, but the next two were dull and I haven't continued.
I liked the first two of Nancy Atherton's Aunt Dimity books, but I can't get through any more of them, because Lori irritates me too much. She has a wonderful husband and family, but she can't stop sighing over every handsome man she meets.