- Natalie Goldberg, Writing Down the Bones. Nonfiction.
- William W. Johnstone, with J. A. Johnstone, The Family Jenson: Hard Road to Hell, Luke Jenson, Bounty Hunter, Sixkiller, U. S. Marshal: Eight Hours to Die, and Strike of the Mountain Man. Four westerns in four different series, written by a dead guy and his "carefully selected" supposed nephew.
- "T. J. MacGregor" (aka,Trish Janeshutz), Out of Sight.
- Henning Mankell, Before the Frost, The Dogs of Riga, The Man Who Smiled, and Side-Tracked. Kurt Wallander mysteries. Also, The Pyramid, a collection of five Wallander stories.
- Randy Wayne White, The Man Who Invented Florida. A Doc Ford mystery.
Small House of Everything
Monday, March 31, 2014
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Have enjoyed several Mankells-and the Swedish series of his novels especially.ReplyDelete
How come you have cut back on your purchases? I'm a big fan of Randy Wayne White's Doc Ford series, but that's the one I enjoyed the least. Number three in the series.,ReplyDelete
Bad weather and other engagements have cut into my travels, Kent. Also sometimes the magic works and there are lots of books I'm interested in, and sometimes the magic doesn't work.Delete