28 Soft Target by Stephen Hunter
29 The Coldest Night by Robert Olmstead
30 The Orphanmaster by Jean Zimmerman
31 American Assassin by Vince Flynn
32 Calico Joe by John Grisham
33 Girl Gone by Gillian Flynn
34 A Chance In The World by Steve Pemberton
35 The Tarnished Eye by Judith Guest
36 A Good American by Alex George
Update ~ When I posted this earlier, I was in a hurry and didn't even take the time to tell my blog readers what I thought of the books I read in April. Now, that I've had time to slow down I want to say that every book from last month was fabulous, not one book that I had to slog thru. Some of my favorite authors Hunter, Grisham, Olmstead and Vince Flynn, turned in great reads, as usual.
I have to add a "new" Flynn to my favorites, Gillian Flynn. Her thriller Girl Gone was hard to put down. Bob and I have different taste in books, but I keep telling him what was happening, and he really couldn't wait for the next "report".
A Chance In The World, is one of the most touching/uplifting memoirs I've read in a long time. Talk about taking lemons and making lemonade.
The Orphanmaster is a historical mystery that takes place in the 1600's in NYC. Zimmerman's research for writing this novel was great. I felt very involved with the story, and I even recognized some of the streets. They're still there in lower Manhattan.
What are you reading?