Wednesday, May 21, 2014

12 Novels, 2 NonFic


The Memory Garden by Mary Rickert.  Something about secrets.

The Kill Switch by james Rollins and Grant Blackwood.  When I took a motorcycle riding class in 1996 they used the FINE-C acronym for pre-starting procedure.  Fuel, Ignition, Neutral, Engine Cut-Off, and Clutch.  I always used FINK-C for Kill Switch.

Sniper's Honor by Stephen Hunter.  Another sniper book.

The Kraken Project by Douglas Preston.  Something about an artificial intelligence program escaping onto the web.

The Son by Jo Nesbo.  Guy in prison story.  Written by a Norwegian from Norway.

Bittersweet by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore.  Girl becomes pal with ultra-rich classmate and finds the violence keeping the family on top.

Child of Mine by Davdi and Beverly Lewis.  Another Amish novel.


No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. surveillance state by Glenn Greenwald.  That's Glenn with two Ns.  Document excerpts but no photos. Greenwald lives in Brazil, I wonder if he has bought tickets for the World Cup or the Olympics.

Fighting Shadows in Vietnam by Michael P. Moynihan, Jr.  I keep buying these Vietnam memoirs from McFarland Publishing because they sound real interesting.  I'm not sure how well they checkout.  We added Killer Kane a couple weeks ago and no one has taken it home.  No photographs in this one.

Large Print

Live to See Tomorrow by Iris Johansen.

Field of Prey by John Sandford.

Chestnut Street by Maeve Binchy.

Otherwise Engaged by Amanda Quick.

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