reading a series of books, with characters you really enjoy, gives you more depth and time with the characters.
I love the Stephanie Plum number series (the 'between the numbers' books I've read...not so much)
also John Sanford's Prey books (all have PREY in the title)
DH really liked the Girl w/the Dragon Tattoo books. I know he like the LOTR movies; not sure if he read the books.
although they aren't technically a series, many of Carl Hiaasen's books have recurring characters. I LOVE HIS BOOKS! They may not translate well if you aren't familiar with the US and it's politics, but they are so dryly funny!
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