10/2013

These are the books I read in October,  2013 – 3 crime/mystery books and 10 fiction with 1 classic.

Sycamore Row
by John Grisham
2013/464 pages
read by Michael Beck
rating  A+ /  legal thriller

The Moor’s Last Sigh
by Salman Rushdie  (India/Britain)
1995 / 434 pages
rating 7 / 20th c. fiction

Turtle Diary
by Russell Hoban  (American ex-pat)
1975 / 185 pages
Rating  9.2  /20th cent. fiction

A Glass of Blessings
by Barbara Pym (England)
1958 / 246 pages
Rating:  8 /classic

Stay Close
by Harlan Coban
2012 / 480 pages
read by Scott Brick
rating A+ / crime-suspense

The Turn of the Screw
by William James
1898 / 117 pages (Kindle)
Rating:  9 / horror

The Love Artist: A Novel
by Jane Alison
2002/222 pages
Rating:  7 /fantasy romance set in the past

Mortal Bonds
by Michael Sears
2013/352 pages
rating B+/crime

About Grace
by Anthony Doerr
2004 / 402 pages (Kindle)
rating: 5 (out of 10)  / 21st c. fiction

Tracks
by Louise Erdrich
1988 / 226 pages
read by Anna Fields 6 h. 22 m.
rating:  9 / magical realism – Native American

Four Souls
by Louise Erdrich
2004/ 240 pages
read by Anna Fields 6 h. 40 m.
rating:  9 / magical realism – Native American

Swimming Home
by Deborah Levy
2012 / 154 pages (K)
rating 8.5 ? / 21st c. fic.

Heir to the Glimmering World
by Cynthia Ozick
2004 / 310 pages
rating 9 / 20th c. fiction

Daniel Martin
by John Fowles (English)
1977 / 629 pages
Rating 9.5 / 20th cent. lit

The Brutal Telling (Det. Gamache #5)
by Louise Penny
2009 / 386 pages
read by Ralph Cosham 13h 12m
rating – A

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