Entertainment Weekly’s 6 thrillers
My 15 minutes of fame within Entertainment Weekly has ended. Katy and I hit a couple of bookstores this weekend and the next issue already is out.
The primary review of the week is for James Lee Burke’s latest, “The Glass Rainbow.” That guy keeps the hits coming. Wow.
For those of you who missed it, “Crashers” was mentioned briefly in the July 30 issue, page 78, under the title “Looking For More Thrills?: A Number of This Summer’s Books Deliver Nonstop Adventure and Suspense.”
Among my cohorts: “Faithful Place” by Tana French; “Galveston” by Nic Pizzolatto; “House Justice” by Mike Lawson; “Rock Paper Tiger” by Lisa Brackmann; and “The Taken” by the pseudonymous Inger Ash Wolfe. You’ll note no Web site link to the mysterious Ms. Wolfe. Hmm…
The mini review for my book reads, “Haynes cranks the tension very, very high during a plane-crash investigation.” I’m not sure but I think this review doubles as a haiku.
Posted on August 2, 2010, in Blog and tagged Faithful Place, Inger Ash Wolfe, James Lee Burke, Lisa Brackmann, Mike Lawson, Nic Pizzolatto, Rock Paper Tiger, Tana French, The Glass Rainbow. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.