What the staff is reading:
Alan: "ARCTIC RISING by Tobias Buckell. It's a nice near future techno-thriller revolving around global warming. Reminds me of some of John Barnes' work."
Cary: "LONELY WEREWOLF GIRL by Martin Millar. Very cool."
Claud: "UNNATURAL DEATH, THE UNPLEASANTNESS AT THE BELLONA CLUB, STRONG POISON, FIVE RED HERRINGS, and HAVE HIS CARCASE, by Dorothy L. Sayers (all rereads); ILARIO, by Mary Gentle (weirdest Mary Sue *ever*); I DON'T WANT TO KILL YOU, by Dan Wells; THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, by Shirley Jackson (reread); HOW TO TELL IF YOUR CAT IS PLOTTING TO KILL YOU, by Matthew Inman; DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?, by Philip K. Dick; CLEAN, by Alex Hughes; WHY BE HAPPY WHEN YOU COULD BE NORMAL?, by Jeanette Winterson; HERE I COME AND OTHER STORIES, by Alex Jennings; and JOHN DIES AT THE END, by David Wong.
Heather: "Embarrassed to say I am still reading RED COUNTRY by Joe Abercrombie. (Haven't had to take Muni much lately so not as much reading time.)"
Jude: "On a whim I read Julia Child's MY LIFE IN FRANCE, which was adorable. Then I finished LONELY WEREWOLF GIRL by Martin Millar (reread) and then powered through CURSE OF THE WOLF GIRL, the sequel, in a day. Why isn't Martin Millar hugely famous? I don't understand!"
Naamen: " LADY LAZARUS by Michelle Lang."