I enjoy a wide variety of fiction styles from historical to bizarre.
The Godwulf Manuscript
by Robert B. Parker
So much fun that I’ll probably read another in the series sometime soon.
The Law of Innocence
by Michael Connelly
A good detective mystery requires plausibility, and this one does not have very much.
The Big Rock Candy Mountain
by Wallace Stegner
Harry (Bo) Mason was a gambler, not the sort that played craps or blackjack in a casino, but one who gambled on the fates of life.
News of the World
by Paulette Jiles
Captain Kidd is a character who seems made for a movie starring Tom Hanks.
The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
by John Le Carrè
My bottom line is that Le Carrè appears to be an acquired taste that I have not acquired.