Fright Fiction: Your Fall Reading List
It’s the time of year when you might want to curl up with a good (spooky) book. Here are some new ones worth checking out.
The Helter Skelter of Girlhood
Loosely based on the Manson Family murders, “The Girls” doesn’t focus on the violence, but on what it’s like to be young and aching for acceptance.
A Terrific Thriller by a Great Writer You’ve Never Heard Of
An ex-CIA agent pens a thrilling story about the Kennedy Assassination. “The Tears of Autumn” may have been published in 1974, but it’s worth another look.
To Be or Not To Be (Digital)
We certainly live in a digital age. But books follow the same digital trends as music thanks to Amazon and its Kindle? Maybe not.
Back From the Dead and Onto Bookshelves Everywhere
Leif Enger’s first novel “Peace Like a River” is one of those books that you just can’t put down.