Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Steve Hockensmith's Returns


The Double-A Western Detective Agency by Steve Hockensmith. Old Red and Big Red Amlingmeyer have established a detective agency. It's 1894 and the Amlingmeyers are dedicated to the Sherlock Holmes method of detecting. But there first case is a range war and the customers want guns not clues.


The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman. A very introverted woman finds out her long absent father has died and then learns she has an extended family of siblings, nieces and nephews. Woman is discombobulated.

Someone to Honor by Mary Balogh. Romance novel and the cover is almost all green except for a woman model in a gown. The gown is kinda green tinged. Balogh has written approximately 4,372 novels.

Killing With Confetti by Peter Lovesey. Son of a high raning cop and daughter of a mob boss get married in Bath. The wedding guest list kinda clashes and some dude has to run security and make sure no one dies.


The Battle of Gettysburg: a soldier's first-hand account by Colonel Frank A. Haskell. This is supposed to be one of the most famous accounts of the battle and is written by a Wisconsin soldier who died a year later. The library's last copy fell apart.

Adrenaline Junkie: a memoir by Les Edgerton. Life a convict, armed robber, famed hairdresser, and accomplished writer.

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