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Box, a master at describing Western landscapes and personalities, is at his best with this thriller; a so-so effort from Harris; for both thriller fans and listeners who enjoy elements of sf; Rushdie may be just the thing for atheistic listeners
This month’s Books for Dudes is a mixed bag so jumbled that it’s more fun than a monkey stealing bananas and it’s all good stuff.
Box brings new energy with another intriguing character, an electrifying plot that is one of Child’s best yet, Deaver once again satisfies, Lee adds a kick of technology, Norton is for all fans of manhunt mysteries, Stone’s plotting is tight as a drum.
Consequences for Hannah Swensen, a series launch from Lee, and highly recommended historical fiction from Waldman