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Hi. I have sent you an e-mail a time or two before and I wanted to give you an update. My 14 year-old son Lucas, who is a voracious reader asked me to recommend a book for him to read. I gave him Consent To Kill to see how he liked it. This was my favorite out of your books and I knew if he liked it, he would like the others.
I need to tell you that this was on a Friday after school.
He read it from cover to cover in 2 days. He ignored the television, his friends, all video games and the computer. When he got to where Anna was killed he said to me very firmly, "How can I read the books before this one now that I know Mitch's wife dies?" I still chuckle over that.
Once he was done reading the book he had a hundred questions about the characters, what happens with them, how they came to be. I gave him Transfer of Power, told him it was the first in the series and said, "Start reading."
After every book, he had more questions and I of course had more books. After he finished Memorial Day, he handed it back to me and I said the same as I always did to his questions: "I know, I know, keep reading, next?"
He has finished them all and is anxiously awaiting your next Mitch Rapp novel.
I wanted to tell you this story specifically because of the other e-mails you get from other readers. You appeal to 14-year old's too. LOL! You cross many age barriers!
Once again, thanks for sharing your mind with the rest of us, and keep getting better!
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