Monday, June 13, 2016

More Charlie Stella


Tommy Red by Charlie Stella. Mob hit man gets into a snafu.  This novel is only 165 pages long. Since this is a Stella novel you can bet it's 165 pages of greatness.

The Alaskan Laundry by Brendan Jones. Young woman flees Cleveland family trouble and works as commercial fisherman in Alaska.

The Long Cosmos by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter. Science fiction.

The Girls by Emma Cline. Young woman in Northern California is drawn to an exciting and free group of people. She doesn't realize she is getting involved with a cult.

Brighton by Michael Harvey.  Guy goes to hometown to help a friend who 27-years-ago took the blame for a crime.

Barkskins by Annie Proulx. Two indentured servants go to Canada and work as woodcutters and Proulx follows their descendants over 300 years.


American Law 101: an easy primer on the U.S. legal system by Jasper Kim. #1, have lots of money.

Bills, Quills, and Stills: an annotated, illustrated, and illuminated history of the Bill of Rights by Robert J. McWhirter.  Neat stuff.

Fairy Tale baking: more than 50 enchanting cakes, bakes, and decorations by Ramla Khna. Lots of pretty pictures.

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