I enjoy a wide variety of fiction styles from historical to bizarre.
The Life We Bury and The Shadows We Hide
by Allen Eskens
Iverson is dying of cancer and doesn’t seem like a murderer, so Joe gets quite interested in him.
by Francis Spufford
The remaining characters appear somewhat randomly and seem to have little purpose.
by William Kent Krueger
Along the way, both boys learn painful lessons of adolescence.
We Begin at the End
by Chris Whitaker
Through it all the quality of the writing and structure of the storytelling make for a book you just cannot put down.
Talking to the Dead
by Harry Bingham
Fi’s adventures, though occasionally not at all credible, are fun to read about.