Having been hiding out, I just finished a string of new ARCs:
CAUGHT STEALING by Charlie Huston (ballsy!!! *** Recommended)
THE BLACKBIRD PAPERS by Ian Smith (so-so, borrow at the
library) TWENTY-SEVEN BONES by Jonathan Nasaw (icky, wash
your hands afterwards) and THE HUNDREDTH MAN by Jack Kerley
(solid ** Yeah, it's recommended, too.)
Tonight I start THE NARROWS by Michael Connelly.
Oh, and I'm reading newspapers:
"It seems that all the crime is being dropped here in Las
Vegas," private investigator, Gary Wright says, popping a
stick of Big Red gum into his mouth and checking his cell
phone for messages. "I wish I had a remedy for this," Wright
said. "It's like you're chasing butterflies sometimes." ~
Mary Manning, Las Vegas Sun, April 29, 2004
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