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Subject: Is anyone an Andrew Vacchs fan?
Date Posted: 11/20/2007 1:45 PM ET
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I used to read the Burke books but kind of lost track over the past few years. Has anyone kept up with them and what have I missed?

Date Posted: 11/24/2007 7:32 PM ET
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He is one of my favorites waiting on a couple more of his books that are on my wishlist Burke is quite the guy.

Date Posted: 11/26/2007 4:34 PM ET
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Cindy,

Thank goodness. I thought I was the only one for a while there. If you have time could you send along some titles, so I know what I need to wish for.

Date Posted: 12/11/2007 4:10 PM ET
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I LOVE Burke!!  Hated when Pansy died and hated when Burke went out West, he belongs in NY, nowhere else!  So glad he back where he should be.  I am so happy to see others that enjoy him.  I have read every single book right from the beginning. 

Pat

Date Posted: 12/11/2007 4:12 PM ET
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Terminal (2007) Mask Market (2006) Down Here (2004) Only Child (2002) Pain Management (2001) Dead and Gone (2000) Choice of Evil (1999) Safe House (1998) False Allegations (1996) Footsteps of the Hawk (1995) Down in the Zero (1994) Sacrifice (1991) Blossom (1990) Hard Candy (1989) Blue Belle (1988) Strega (1987) Flood

Flood was 1985

Date Posted: 12/14/2007 8:07 PM ET
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good girl Pat thanks for answering her I just got back to this today. His books are very hard to find.

Date Posted: 12/17/2007 12:36 PM ET
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I think for me, Down in the Zero was the downturn. From that novel on, there's some of the vitality missing. The two following it and Pain Management were the ones after that that I read, and the storylines seem stretched too thin and a bit unfocused.

Still, a "bad" Burke novel beats just about anything out there.

Date Posted: 12/20/2007 12:45 PM ET
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I just checked this thread today, so my thank you is belated. I appreciate it. Now to the fun part of getting the ones I haven't read on to my WL.