More books for MostlyFiction readers!
For our latest book reviews posted at MostlyFiction.com go to our HOME PAGE for quick synospis, book cover image, publisher, and reviewer; or, click on the title below to go directly to the review.
A DARKER DOMAIN by Val McDermid
THE BIBLE SALESMAN by Clyde Edgerton
LARK & TERMITE by Jayne Anne Phillips
A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO DIE by Malla Nunn
THE TURNAROUND by George Pelecanos
PROMISE OF THE WOLVES by Dorothy Hearst
RUMPOLE MISBEHAVES by John Mortimer
DREAM CITY by Brendan Short
TOKYO FIANCÉE by Amelie Nothomb
ISABELLA MOON by Laura Benedict
ABBEVILLE by Jack Fuller
OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS b Jonathan Segura (READ INTERVIEW)
THE HERETIC'S DAUGHTER by Kathleen Kent
RUNNER by Thomas Perry
HOME: SOCIAL ESSAYS by Amire Bakara
YOUNG CHE by Ernesto Guevara Lynch
January is shaping up to be a very interesting month. The weather is still crazy throughout most the country -- my home town is getting more snow today -- thus, I'm selfishly glad to be living the Arizona desert. Obama has been president for a whole week -- and very good week for us (but still the Mad Magazine Cover is fairly illustrative of his situation, I think!). And sadly, three very prolific authors have died: Donald Westlake (a.k.a. Richard Stark), John Mortimer and now John Updike.
And MostlyFiction.com has already reviewed 23 books in 2009 -- at least one of which should be your next great book to read.
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