Monday, July 15, 2013

Charlie Huston Returns


Skinner by Charlie Huston.  I enjoy Huston's books but the book description on the dustjacket makes no sense.  Read it anyway.

Hidden Order by Brad Thor.  Secret government organization.  Assassination.  "Most dangerous chase ever to play on American soil."  Secret organization founded in 1700s.  So on, so forth.

Audiobooks on CD

Visiting Tom: a man, a highway, and the road to roughneck grace by Michal Perry.  7 CDs at 7.5 hours.  Michael Perry is a great performer and reads this himself.  Perry writes about his elderly neighbor whose farm was bisected by an interstate some decades before.  Perry also deals with the County's misguided plans for the road to Perry's own mini-farm.

Sovereign by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee.10 CDs at 12 hours.  SciFi with alive people and dead people.  The book description makes no sense.

Litte Green by Walter Mosley.  8 CDs at 10 hours.  An Easy Rawlins detective novel.  I have not read any of the Rawlins books in quite a while.  1967 Los Angeles has Easy looking for a missing young man who went missing after taking acid.

Silken Prey by John Sandford.  10 CDs at 12.5 hours.  Someone dies.

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