As I mentioned on the list a few months back, a friend just bequeathed me
his considerable collection of Non-McGee MacDonalds. I've read a few of
them, and so far the ones that have stood out were A BULLET FOR CINDERELLA,
A TAN AND SANDY SILENCE, and A MAN OF AFFAIRS, all for different reasons.
Your Mileage May Vary-
On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 11:39 AM, jchocking <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I know I'm a book fetishist with all the reading and hoarding and shelving
> and gloating and all.
> But I really know it when I finish a book and walk into my library to
> select another. There's something delicious about pouring over shelf after
> shelf of unread books, mulling over which one I'll pick next.
> This time it comes down to this: I need to read more early, non-McGee John
> D. MacDonald.
> Anybody have a suggestion?
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