David Graham "Down to a Sunless Sea"...shattering.

Ken Follett "Pillars of the Earth" One of the best he has ever done.

Mary Gentle "Grunts" Just about the funniest book I have ever read.

David Brinckley "The Last Ship"..haunting and wonderfully human in the face of Armageddon.

Leon uris Mila 18 :Warsaw Ghetto , the day they taught the Nazis fear

Leon Uris QB VIII - Courtroom drama of the best kind

Stephen King IT - a magical adventure back into childhood, his masterpiece.

and

Frank Herbert's Dragon In the Sea...when fear is the greatest enemy.