Category: Fiction

I enjoy a wide variety of fiction styles from historical to bizarre.

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.

Deacon King Kong
by James McBride

Besides being genuinely charming, Sportcoat is a solid citizen of the community and a mentor to young people.

We Germans
by Alexander Starritt

We did it first, and worse. In war, the mechanism of justice is retribution. Woe to the conquered.

The Kill Artist
By Daniel Silva

Kill Artist is the first in a (so-far) 20-volume series of spy novels that star Israeli Mossad agent/assassin Gabriel Allon who is also a master art restorer, MG restorer, and wooden sailboat restorer.

The Evening and the Morning
by Ken Follett

After 31 years Ken Follett finally writes a prequel to his wonderful Pillars of the Earth and the entire Kingsbridge Series.