Monthly Archives: August 2011

Summer Reading Update V

Buried Prey John Sandford is another of those stay up later-than-you-should authors and I’m still hooked on his Lucas Davenport series (and now on the spin-off Virgil Flowers books as well). What I like is that Stanford puts us as … Continue reading

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G M Ford on Frank Corso and Leo Waterman

G. M. Ford has written six novels in his Frank Corso series and six in his Leo Waterman series. Leo Waterman, waiting for his trust fund to kick in, has coasted along with amiability and bulk. Frank Corso is a … Continue reading

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Summer Reading Update IV

Alcestis, Proofiness, No Sleep Till Wonderland and Dirk Quigby’s Guide to the Afterlife Alcestis In Euripides’ Alcestis, the title character is the good wife, young King Admetus’ queen, who goes to hell in his place. Here’s the story: Admetus had … Continue reading

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April Smith knows crime….

She studied FBI culture and techniques and has even trained with the FBI to learn what it’s like to deliver an arrest warrant or be in a hostage situation. She’s also an Emmy-nominated screen writer who wrote the ground-breaking series … Continue reading

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Betterbooktitles.com

This is a funny (although probably NSFW) link:  http://betterbooktitles.com/ Sorry this isn’t much of a blog post, but I wanted to share a laugh with my fellow book lovers. 🙂

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Ryland Taylor interviews Pat Walsh

Pat Walsh is a former publisher for MacAdam/Cage in the bay area. He is the author of 78 Reasons Why Your Book May Never be Published & 14 Reasons Why it Just Might. RT: I had heard you had an … Continue reading

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