Monday, October 28, 2013

Gagnon, Gischler, Grisham


The Shadow: Volume Two: Revolution by Victor Gischler and Aaron Campbell.  Gischler writes another comic.  Gischler adds in things like "Ka-Klik" and "Whump".

Don't Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon.  Gagnon writes a YA thriller. Gagnon adds in things like, "She decided to ignore the warning and went back to her laptop."  Gagnon has a raccoon problem.

Sycamore Row by John Grisham.  Grisham writes another lawyer book.  Grisham writes things like, "Anotehr women sobbed loudly in response."

The Litter of the Law by Rita Mae Brown.  Brown writes another mystery novel with a cat.  Gerard refuses to write the cat as co-author.

We Are Water by Wally Lamb.  Lamb writes another family drama.  Lamb writes things like, "To rescue the mood I tell her that on of the late night hosts - Jimmy Kimmel, I think it was - referred to Ahmadinejad at Scruffy McWindbreaker."

Spirit of Steamboat by Craig Johnson.  Johnson writes a Christmas story with his Walt Longmire character.  Johnson writes things like, "The blonde, ignoring the sarcasm, looked at Lucian."

The Abominable by Dan Simmons.  Simmons writes another scary historical novel.  These words appear in this order, " just...when Professor Hall...rubbed his forehead...outside...Nepal."

Guests on Earth by Lee Smith.  13-year-old girl goes to mental hospital in 1936.  Smith writes things like, "I left it there."

Cross and Burn by Val McDermid.  Scotswoman writes of more killing and psychology.  Page 44 says, "Full bear, neatly trimmed."

Outlaw by Ted Dekker.  Dekker writes another spiritual fiction novel.  Dekker writes, "You bled?"

The Creeps by John Connolly.  Connolly writes a "clever and quirky follow-up."  Connolly toured Australia and you missed it.

Ask Not by Max Allan Collins.  Collins writes another period mystery.  Collins writes these words in this order, "She laughed...holding up a palm...and...drowning...the exotic dancer."

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