Monday, February 27, 2017

Where It Hurts

In the mail today: WHERE IT HURTS (A Gus Murphy Novel) by Reed Farrel Coleman. Have heard good things. Looking forward to the read. What is everybody else reading?

5 comments:

tontowilliams.com said...

I finished Armada by Ernest Cline a few days ago, but really I'm waiting for my birthday next week and a copy of Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology (I hope). So in the meantime I'm reading odd short stories here and there and of course Stephen King's Wizard and Glass Dark Tower.

G. B. Miller said...

I just finished reading (one day) Blue on Blue, non-fiction book about the Internal Affairs Bureau of the NYPD. Pretty fascinating stuff. Next up is another non-fiction (gotta get back to fiction some day) is a book called "In The Land Of Giants: A Journey Through The Dark Ages. Looks like an interesting book covering the Dark Ages of England.

oscar case said...

Just finished some light reading non-fiction, A Local Man (Sad But True Stories). It's a collection of dumb criminals and other stupid subjects.

David Cranmer said...

Friends, I wrote down everything you three are reading. Sounds like an excellent group of books and I'm going to make use of my Kindle Unlimited pronto. Thanks for sharing.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

David, I just finished reading Ben Boulden's debut novel "Red Rock Rampage" in the BLAZE! Adult Western Series. A good western story and well-drawn characters I could instantly relate to.