Friday, March 27, 2015

Part One: Coben's Murder Dreams


The Stranger by Harlan Coben. Bill Crider linked to an interview with Coben. COben doesn't work at home because he gets distracted by house and home issues.  He'll go to the grocery store coffee shop.

Murder on the Champ De Mars by Cara Black.  Another murder in Paris. Page 54 says, "A pang hit her." Sweet! the end papers have city maps.

The Edge of Dreams by Rhys Bowen. Rhys is a guy's name, right? Let me check...nope. Rhys is a woman.  Hey, Bowen was been awarded an Edgar, and Anthony, and a Agatha award. That means Bowen's books are a big deal.

Life or Death by Michael Robotham. I like this guy's novels but have not read one in a while.

The Fifth Heart by Dan Simmons. I like this guy's novels, too. Another historical novel mixing real people with characters.

Non Fiction

Understanding Your Cat or Kitten by H. Ellen Whiteley, DVM. One of the cats living in my house, Vampire Fang, has been hassling the dog, Petra. I think the cat is jealous that Petra gets to go outside. Vampire Fang will hover by the back door and bolt outside if you are not watching. My wife and I will holler at the children, "Don't let the cat out!"

Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck: The Son of the Son: the Don Rosa Library Vol. 1. Republished comics in a nice big hardcover. Page 62 says, "Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!"

Large Print

Cold Betrayal by JA Jance. Same as the regular print with BIG LETTERS.

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