Tuesday, December 1, 2009

These just in........

The first thing readers might find scary about Stephen King's Under The Dome is its length. The second is the elaborate town map and list of characters at the front of the book (including "Dogs of Note"), which sometimes portends, you know, heavy lifting. Don't you believe it. Breathless pacing and effortless characterization are the hallmarks of King's best books, and here the writing is immersive, the suspense unrelenting. The pages turn so fast that your hand--or Kindle-clicking thumb--will barely be able to keep up.

Don't forget these.....
Alex Cross Trial, by James Patterson
Grave Secret, by Charlaine Harris
Growing Up in a New Century 1890-1914, by Judith Josephson
Heat Wave, by Richard Castle
Last Night in Twisted River, by John Irving
Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown

Once in a Blue Moon, by Eileen Gouge
Scarpetta Factor, by Patricia Cornwell
To Try Men's Souls, by Newt Gingrich
Touch of Dead: The Complete Stories, by Charlaine Harris
True Blue, by David Baldacci
Wrecker, by Clive Cussler