Saturday, May 10, 2014

Gargantuan Gischler Greatness


Ink Mage by Victor Gischler.  Gischler writes a fantasy novel.  Something about a magical tattoo on a young woman's back.  The plot does not matter because Gischler never writes junk.  I'd have this at home - or already read - except my reading time is spoken for with work related titles.

Joe Ledger: Special Ops by Jonathan Maberry.  Maberry's character Joe Ledger works for a super-secretive federal agency.  Ledger gets into all sorts of fisticuffs and shoot-em-ups with terrorists, zombies, mutant animals, aliens, etc.  Fun stuff.  This is a short story collection.

Ballad of Mila by Matteo Strukul.  Italian dude writes fast paced shoot-em-up with vengefull woman who was raised as an assassin and now out to get those her raped her and murdered her father.

City of Heretics by Heath Lowrance.  I vaguely recall hearing a joke about the name Heath and Heath bars.  I heard the joke years ago and cannot remember what it was.


Quick Meals by Isabel Hardy.  Recipes.

Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet by executive editor Phyllis Pellman Good.  recipes.

Wok and Stir-Fry: 160 sizzling stove-top recipes shown in over 270 photographs by Sunil Vijayakar.  Recipes.

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