What the staff is reading this week:
Alan: "THE QUANTUM THIEF by Hannu Rajaniemi."
Cary: "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE by Jane Austen."
Claud: "CLOUDS OF WITNESS, by Dorothy Sayers (reread); THE SECRET HISTORY OF MOSCOW, by Ekaterina Sedia; I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER and MR. MONSTER, by Dan Wells; and A NEW KIND OF COUNTRY, by Dorothy Gilman."
Cole: "I am reading GOD NO! SIGNS YOU MAY ALREADY BE AN ATHEIST AND OTHER MAGICAL TALES by Penn Jillette."
Heather: "RED COUNTRY by Joe Abercrombie, woohoo! Reading less, though, since I haven't been stuck on Muni much lately."
Jude: "LONDON UNDER by Peter Ackroyd (brilliant non-fiction companion to MIDNIGHT RIOT by Ben Aaronovitch) and THE INEXPLICABLES by Cherie Priest, which I am enjoying more than any other book in the Clockwork Century series so far."