June…..while not bad weather wise considering what could have happened with the old thermometer it was pretty rough around here in other ways. Those who follow the blog and stay updated through the day know what I am talking about so there is no need to rehash things.
Along with the sample Sundays, free book alerts, market news, and various other whatnot that makes up the blog, there are always the book reviews. I’m slower these days with the reviews, but I am trying to keep the blog going. Below is the list of reads and reviews for June 2014. Unless otherwise noted, the blame is assigned to me….
Wide Spot In The Road (Drifter Detective #4) by Wayne D. Dundee
The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino (FFB Review by Patrick Ohl)
Robert B. Parker’s Cheap Shot by Ace Atkins
Knife Fight by Joel Goldman
The Last Call: A Bill Travis Mystery” by George Wier (FFB Review)
The Eternal- A Short Story by George Wier
Memoirs of A Bad Dog by Curtis Moser (reviewed by Barry Ergang)
Night Squad by David Goodis (FFB Review by Barry Ergang)
The Interloper by Dave Zeltserman
Dangerous Women and Desperate Men by Rick Mofina
Cop Hater by Ed McBain (FFB Review by Patrick Ohl)
Remains of Innocence: A Brady Novel Of Suspense by J.A. Jance
We roll into July daring to hope that just maybe the 100 degree days will hold off a little longer and the rains will keep coming. Considering the state of the Texas Rangers we more eagerly than normal anticipate the coming football season.
And, if you have ever wondered what the kitchen table sees when I work here….