Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Noteworthy Reads: A Tuesday Trio

Over Christmas I got a lot of reading done, much of it in the short novel/novella category that has become so popular on Kindle and other electronic reading devices.
Here are three that I recommend. All bargain-priced and all worth checking out:

Another enjoyable, laid-back mystery featuring Sticks Hetrick. Like the preceding novels in this series, this tale is set in the fictional town of Swatara Creek, PA, where the local color and characters always play an important part in the plot. But Lindermuth's assured writing style and the character of Sticks himself remain the most enjoyable ingredients.
Here is the latest breezy PI mystery from Jochem Vandersteen, featuring his popular hero, Noah Milano. This one has lots of action, a beautiful blonde packing all kinds of trouble, and some nifty plot twists. Be sure to check it out.
A highly recommended short novel from the always-reliable Mel Odom. A boxing story with action and heart. Read and enjoy.  
You can read a more detailed review (by yours truly) for each of these at their respective Amazon listings. And, while you're there, hit the "buy" button for each. You won't be disappointed.
Persevere --- WD

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