Posts tagged Trilogy

Mysterious Book Report No. 334 ̵...

Green Sun by Kent Anderson Mulholland Books/ Little, Brown, $27.00, 336 pages, ISBN 978-0-316-46680-6 There’s plenty of reality TV programs these days that show viewers what cops are doing during their shifts, and what they’re putting up with from John Q. and Susie B. Public.  Now, a new book puts readers into the jump seat […]

Mysterious Book Report No. 167 ̵...

Mysterious Book Report Natchez Burning

Natchez Burning by Greg Iles Wm Morrow/Harper Collins, $27.99, 791 pages, ISBN 978-0-0-231107-8 The nineteen-sixties was the decade that came close to ripping the fabric of society of the United States of America into small pieces and tossing them to the four winds. It was a time of unrest, when ages-old values were questioned, ages-old […]

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Mysterious Book Report Game

Game by Anders de la Motte Atria/Simon & Shuster, PB $16.00, 386 pages, ISBN 978-1-4767-1288-8 One of the greatest things about the Mysterious Book Report is its ability to jump around in time and place.  Thus, we can go from post WWII Vienna, Austria, to present day Stockholm, Sweden, in the blink of an eye, […]

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Mysterious Book Report The Twelve

The Twelve by Justin Cronin Ballentine Books, $28.00, 568 pages, ISBN 978-0-345-50498 I swore I’d never do it again.  Took the pledge and promised that was it, I’d never touch the stuff again and I meant it.  I really did.  But then, over time my resolve weakened.  Things happened.  Life, with all of its trials […]

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Mysterious Book Report Hell & Gone

Hell & Gone by Duane Swiercyznski Mulholland, $14.99, 286 pages, ISBN 978-0-316-13329-6 We’re continuing with serials this week . . . and no Mikey . . . they’re not the kind you pour out of a box and eat for breakfast with milk and a spoon.  These are serial stories, like you see on TV, […]