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PostPosted: Thu Apr 09, 2009 8:44 am 
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I love a good love & mystery book with a little twist. I've been told by many co workers that I should read a Nora Roberts book. I've had a lot of people give me different suggestions so I narrowed it down to these three: Black Hills, Spellbound, and Tribute. Any suggestions as to which one I should get?


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Hmm... that's a toughie...cuz those are three good ones. But I'd say either Black Hills or Tribute.. both good page turners.


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I haven't read Black Hills but i've read Tribute and I enjoyed it. I'm not sure if your aware, but there's commercials for the movie version of this book that's airing on Lifetime. Even though its always been said that the book version is always better than the movie. But the trailer makes it look worth checking out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRkaReHFcHw


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I saw the movie and feel that they did a good job in getting it as close as possible to the book on tv. They did leave out a few details but the movie still made sense without it...so i highly recommend you read the book first before seeing the movie.


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