Instrumental (James Rhodes)

Tuesday, 20 August 2019 17:24
The famous pianist James Rhodes descended into hell to miraculously resurrect. "Classical music saved my life," he writes, after suffering a childhood where he was raped for years by a teacher. Drugs, suicide attempts and a son with Asperger, TDHA…

Dark Sacred Night (Michael Connelly)

Tuesday, 20 August 2019 17:18
Connelly has become the pampered of the critics. His noir novels, narrated by the depressive (and sometimes depressing) detective Harry Bosch are a vice. In this latest release, Renée Ballard discovers the retired Bosch rummaging through the folders of an…

Killing Commendatore (Haruki Murakami)

Tuesday, 20 August 2019 17:08
Murakami provokes more hysteria than Rowling and Harry Potter. His new publication is not a book, but a 2,000-page brick divided into two volumes (Emerging Ideas and Mobile Metaphor), which begins when I (he), newly separated, moves to a new…

Blackfish City (Sam J. Miller)

Tuesday, 20 August 2019 17:01
In a city in the Arctic called Qaanaaq, governed by the machinery of organized crime and corrupt politicians, Sam J. Miller builds a wild story. With empowered women, many LGBTQ characters and new concepts such as nano bonding (you do…

The Woman in the Window (A.J. Finn)

Tuesday, 20 August 2019 16:26
This thriller tells the story of Anna Fox, a lonely girl who entertains herself watching old movies, drinking wine, lots of wine, and spying on her neighbors. Unfortunately, one day she sees through the window something she should never have…

Asimmetry (Lisa Halliday)

Tuesday, 20 August 2019 16:17
This novel explores the inequities that (un) balance human relationships, such as differences in age, talent, wealth, fame, and power. These are particular stories, including Folly, the relationship between a young editor and the mature writer Ezra Blazer, or Madness,…