Friday, February 02, 2018

Deceivers of Nature


The Deceivers by Alex Berenson. What does Berenson write? spy thrillers? Let's see... Yep, this one is about terrorists, sleeper agents, Russian coups, other stuff, things.

Force of Nature by Jane Harper. Oh, this cannot go on the shelf until February 6. Five co-workers go into the woods. Four co-workers come out. The cop investigating the disappearance is doubly interested because the missing woman was his whistle-blower witness.

Still Me by Jojo Moyes. This woman's books sure are popular. I don't like the covers though. I am shallow. Moyes author photo has her wearing a scarf so I assume it was cold out. But, who knows? Maybe the photographer was convincing her to try something out.

The Pope of Palm Beach by Tim Dorsey. Something about a guy who loves Florida weirdness and stirs up trouble and death. Dorsey's author photo does not have a scarf.

The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah. I'm split on the cover. I like it and i don't like it. Hannah has a lot of reading fans, too,like Moyes. Her author bio says she lives in the Pacific Northwest. What area does that encompass? I generally just think of Washington state. But, I suppose that could cover Northern California into British Columbia. No scarf in author photo.

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Audiobooks on CD

Fire and Fury: inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff. 10CDs at 12 hours. "Tells the riveting story of how Trump launched a tenure as volatile and fiery as the man himself."