Recommended Reading December 2012

Books I Gave to My Family this Christmas

Jonathan Safran Foer  Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Martin Amis –   Lionel Asbo
Alistair MacLeod – No Great Mischief
David Bergen – The Age of Hope
Miriam Toews – Irma Voth
Hennig Mankell – The
Man Who Smiled
Richard Ford – Canada
Ian Rankin – Standing in Another Man’s Grave
Cordelia Strube – Milosz
Spencer Gordon – Cosmo


What I’m Reading Now in Print

Hilary Mantel –  Bring up the Bodies
Michel Chabon – Telegraph Avenue
A.F. Moritz – The New Measures 

My first ebook purchases

Emma Donahue  –  Life Mask
Bharati Mukerjee – Miss New India
Lynn Crosbie – Life is about Losing Everything
Mark Haddon –  The Red House
P.D. James – Death at Pemberly
Hennig Mankel – The Pyramid
Hennig Mankell – Faceless Killers
Hennig Mankell – The Troubled Man


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  1. Posted December 30, 2012 at 12:52 am | Permalink

    The Henning Mankell You gave me was The Man Who Smiled

    • Victor
      Posted December 30, 2012 at 3:53 am | Permalink

      Yup, thanks. just fixed it.

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