Tuesday, September 07, 2010

In transit

Three flights, three novels by F. Paul Wilson: The Tomb, Gateways, The Select.

By the final leg (Philadelphia-Ottawa), I had moved on to a very good first novel (all of these are from the Cayman Humane Society, the stock having replenished itself through my long-enough absence): Yaba Badoe's True Murder. Some uneven patches in the writing, but I found it mesmerizing as well as enjoyable; I liked it more, I think, than the one I read next, Patricia Duncker's The Deadly Space Between.

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