Wednesday, May 27, 2015

More Fiction, Volume One


Seveneves by Neal Stevenson. Some sort of SciFi thing. I've not read his other books.

Worm by Anthony Neil Smith. Newcomer to the Bakken oil fields in North Dakota runs into trouble. Of course he runs into trouble, it's a Smith novel.

Radiant Angel by Nelson DeMille. I think it would be funny if someone screwed up the title as Radian Angle and it went to print that way.

Double Down by Fern Michaels. One of her Sisterhood books. The same author photo with Michaels on a couch with her dogs. Michaels philanthropy is impressive.

Piranha by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison. Another Cussler novel, another cover with flames and boats.

The Jesus Cow by Michael Perry. Farmer has a cow bearing bearing the image of Jesus. Laughter ensues.

I, Ripper by Stephen Hunter.  Hunter writes about Jack The Ripper. I guess he won't add in his usual Remington .308 sniper rifle with it's 168 grain boat tail sniper hard as nails sniper GRRRRR! stuff.

Uprooted by Naomi Novik. This needs a "New" sticker. Hey! Novik is married to the great Charles Ardai, founder of Hard Case Crime!


Find the Good: unexpected life lessons from a small-town obituary writer by Heather Lende.  Page 47 says, "He decalred he wasn't going to hassle with any so-called inflatable suspenders."

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