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Jane Costlow, Clark A. Griffiths Professor of Environmental Studies. Fiction: Headhunters by Jo Nesbo - troubles abound for a corporate headhunter who moonlights as an art thief.
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Don't wait for the movie. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak - set in Nazi Germany during WWII, the story is about her love of books and the relationships with her foster parents, some of the townsfolk, the Jew hiding in the basement. Narrated by Death. Ghostman by Roger Hobbs - pure escapist fiction about a criminal fixer brought in to clean up the messy aftermath of a heist gone wrong. It's dark, but also a non-stop thrill ride.
The Survivor by Gregg Hurwitz - more escapist fiction about a former soldier with PTSD who's suicide attempt is interrupted by a bank robbery. He stops the robbery but his reward is to be kidnapped by the Ukranian mobster who masterminded the robbery. Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing - the harrowing story of the survival of the expedition members from Ernest Shackleton's failed attempt at a transcontinental crossing of Antarctica.
But above all it is a love story about how—just when we need it most—fear can blind us to the truth. The reader is brought back to the years to about The author calls Palisades Park "a love letter to a cherished part of my childhood". Karen P. Daigler, M. Stoner by John Williams. Not what you think. Police by Jo Nesbo- excellent Norwegian crime novel by one of the best.
Great read. Light in the World - James Lee Burke.