I love his books. All of them are worthwhile rereading.I've started re-reading James Herriot's "All Creatures Great and Small." I went on a binge, and got ALL of his books!
man eater, ha!!!Now I'm about halfway through The Kentucky Cannibal: The True Story of an Outlaw, Murderer and Man-Eater by Ryan Green. It's not bad at all, but there's no suspense.
I would love to read that! So interesting!Just getting the chance to listen to the audiobook - The Killer Across the Table: Unlocking the Secrets of Serial Killers and Predators with the FBI's Original Mindhunter by John E. Douglas.
I had it downloaded for when I was working away, but didn’t get a chance to listen.
those are some awesome books there ! i used to watch the tv series years agoI've started re-reading James Herriot's "All Creatures Great and Small." I went on a binge, and got ALL of his books! I should have started with "If Only They Could Talk," which is his first book, but it came after the rest. No matter. It's all true stories of a small village Yorkshire vet many, many years ago, and all filled will warmth and wonderful things. Some sadness...any vet has their share of sadness, but I love his works. This has been like sitting down with an old friend whom you haven't seen in ages. I'm loving catching up!