Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Booksie's Shelves, July 2, 2015

July has rolled around and hopefully will be cooler than June was in North Carolina.  We've just returned from a fantastic trip to Boston where we ate, did the tourist thing and accompanied our daughter to a science and technology conference.  Not as much reading this past week while we were gone, but still books managed to make it in the door.  Here's what's come lately:

1.  Our Man In The Dark, Rashad Harrison, historical fiction, purchased
2.  Ingenious Pain, Andrew Miller, literary fiction, purchased
3.  Pure, Andrew Miller, literary fiction, purchased
4.  Jack Of Spades, Joyce Carol Oates, suspense, sent by publisher
5.  Forensics, Val McDermid, nonfiction, sent by publisher
6.  The Winter Family, Clifford Jackman, historical fiction, sent by publisher
7.  Old Man River, Paul Schneider, nonfiction, sent by publisher
8.  Where Women Are Kings, Christie Watson, literary fiction, sent by publisher
9.  The Tell-Tale Heart, Jill Dawson, literary fiction, sent by publisher
10.  The Painter, Peter Heller, literary fiction, sent by publisher
11.  The Dream Lover, Elizabeth Berg, literary fiction, sent by publisher

Here's what I'm reading:

1.  The Innovators, Walter Issacson, Kindle
2.  A Dance For Dragons, George R. R. Martin, hardback
4.  Barracuda, Christos Tsiolkas, hardback
5.  Blood Moon, Alexandra Sokoloff,  paperback
6.  The Orchid Affair, Lauren Willig, hardback
7. Michael Jordan, A Life, Roland Lazenby, hardback
8.  Mystery Walk, Robert McCammon, Kindle Fire
9.  Enchantress, James Maxwell, audio
10.  One Evil Act, Elizabeth George, hardback
11.  Meet Me In Atlantis, Mark Adams, paperback
12.  The Stranger, Harlen Corben, paperback
13.  Emma And Otto And Russell And James, Emma Hooper, paperback

 Happy Reading!

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