Hello, 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.

LEGAL LIMIT by Martin Clark

VIA DELLE OCHE by Carlo Lucarelli

PALACE COUNCIL by Stephen L. Carter

SWAN PEAK by James Lee Burke

A VENGEFUL LONGING by R.N. Morris

THE GENTLE AXE by R.N. Morris

CHEZ MOI by Agnes Desarthe

THE FICTION CLASS by Susan Breen

LITTLE CRIMINALS by Gene Kerrigan

THE CRIME WRITER by Gregg Hurwitz

THE NARCISSIST'S DAUGHTER by  Craig Holden

I SHALL NOT WANT by Julia Spencer-Fleming

ALL MORTAL FLESH by Julia Spencer-Fleming

NON-FICTION:

THE GREAT DERANGEMENT by Matt Taibi

FOUR DAYS IN NOVEMBER  by Vincent Bugliosi

WHEN YOU ARE ENGULFED IN FLAMES by David Sedaris

RAFFLE NEWS!!!

You still have time to win one of three copies of  THE BOAT by Nam Le.  I know many of you were away for an extended 4th of July holiday -- thus I am moving the deadline to allow you (as a member of this newsletter) to enter until Wednesday July 16th   I can't say enough about how enjoyable this book of short stories are to read and highly recommend that you enter. 

And here is another benefit for subscribing to this newsletter.  Get an early start on this raffle which will be posted mid-week:  FOUR DAYS IN NOVEMBER by Vincent Bugliosi  

In fact, I am going to choose one of the four winners on Saturday July 19th -- but if your name is not picked as an early winner, your entry will stay valid until the end of the raffle period, and thus entering early gives you an extra chance to win!

By the way, FOUR DAYS IN NOVEMBER is not fiction -- in fact it is very real -- but written by the author who practically invented true crime as a genre! In fact, the hardcover version of this book won an Edgar Award.

One more thing -- Mayra Calvani, author of THE SLIPPERY ART OF REVIEWING, reviewed me (and several other book review sites) as part of her online marketing campaign.  Here's the link to the interview and more information about her useful book.

Happy Summer Reading!

       Judi Clark
and the whole review team at
MostlyFiction.com  

 

 

 

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