Just reading an ARC of TRIGGER CITY, Sean Chercover's second novel. Highly
recommend it for next summer, once it's out for all.
Jean-Claude Isso's TOTAL CHAOS certainly will ensure that I never look at
Marseilles the same way again.
And speaking of ARCs and our man Al, I read HARD MAN last year and just
All the Best-
On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 5:06 PM, <DJ-Anonyme@webtv.net> wrote:
> Since summer is winding down, I was hoping some people might share some
> of their favorite "summer reads" (from this summer or another), you
> know, just trashy diversions. For instance, Severance Package neatly
> answered that need for me this summer. Al's Hard Man, too. It was
> during a summer long ago that I read the first few Hiaasen (which is
> spelled with 2 A's and 1 S, by the way) books, before I burned out on
> him. (By the way, it was Striptease that turned me off him, too.)
> Anyone got a recommendation of one last summer read for me?
> And speaking of Hard Man, Al, a long time ago you mentioned that an
> editor suggested that you change the ending of a book, you liked the new
> ending idea better and went with it. Was that Hard Man? If so, what
> was the original ending?
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