Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Home Repair with Who


Fatal Fixer-Upper by Jennie Bentley. A themed paperback mystery. Like the books my wife is always reading except without vampires or recipes.


The Who at Kilburn:1977 starring Who. Both the 1977 concert - you'll recognize the footage - and a 1969 London concert.
The booklet smells funny.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

I looked at the processing cart and said, "Where'd that [stuff] come from?"


Arctic Drift by Clive and Dirk Cussler. I'm not sure what this is about. According to the cover illustration and a map on the inside someone finds a ship from the 1845 Franklin Expedition.

Crossroads by Belva Plain. Jealous woman and other woman and both their husbands are in conflict.

Dashing Through the Snow by Mary and Carol Higgins Clark. Christmas themed mystery in New Hampshire with a missing lottery ticket.

Princep's Fury by Jim Butcher. Fantasy novel.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Over Forty-Five Hours of Books


Bones by Jonathan Kellerman. 12 hours on 10 CDs. Dead hookers in a bird marsh. One dead girl not a hooker and her "blue-blood employers are nowhere to be found."

Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly. 11 hours 22 minutes on 10 CDs. Mickey haller is back to work as a defense attorney and defending a famous Hollywood producer after the first lawyer was murdered. Harry Bosch investigates the dead lawyers murder and sets Haller up for bait.
Haller was in Lincoln Lawyer which I listened to and enjoyed.

Gate House by Nelson DeMille. 22 hours 14 minutes on 19 CDs. Some mob murder thing with an ex-wife and a guy returned from 10 years in London.


Stargate Continuum starring MacGyver, That Blond Girl, The Bald Black Guy, The Dude's Brother. Science and Fiction together at last!

Large Print

Just After Sunset by Stephen King. Horrifying short stories according to the back cover.