What the staff is reading this week:
Alan: "PETER PAN MUST DIE by John Verdon."
Cary: "THE BEST OF CONNIE WILLIS, and THE INIMITABLE JEEVES by P.G.
Claud:"TROUBLE AND HER FRIENDS and SHADOW MAN, by Melissa Scott (rereads); THE DAYS OF ANNA MADRIGAL, by Armistead Maupin; MOTHER CAMP: Female Impersonators In America, by Esther Newton (*wonderful*); TOKYO VICE: An American Reporter On The Police Beat In Japan, by Jake Adelstein; LIFE AFTER LIFE, by Kate Atkinson; COMPLICATED WOMEN, by Mick LaSalle; KARMA, AS A FAVOR, NOT EXACTLY A BRAHMIN, TOO CLOSE TO THE EDGE, A DINNER TO DIE FOR, DIAMOND IN THE BUFF, and DEATH AND TAXES, by Susan Dunlap (rereads); SEDUCTIVE CINEMA: The Art Of Silent Film, by James Card."
Devany: THE THREE by Sarah Lotz, IT; NIGHT SHIFT; THE LONG WALK; and FOUR PAST MIDNIGHT by Stephen King.
Jude: "BANGKOK 8 by John Burdett, THIN AIR; CHANCE; and SMALL VICES by Robert Parker. Just finished an advance copy of LOCK IN by John Scalzi, (EXCELLENT!) and I'm currently reading BROKEN MONSTERS by Lauren Beukes (creepy and marvelous)."