30.) Deadly Decisions by Kathy Reichs – The third in the series of
forensic anthropologist, Temperance Brennan. This time biker gangs are the focus. Good; maybe hardcover buy. (Aug. 7/00) Montreal
29.) Front Row at the White House by Helen Thomas – A vivid autobiography by the lady who covered
Presidents for 37 years for UPI. Excellent. (July 30/00) (Second best non-fiction of 2000) U.S.
26.) Time to be in Earnest by P.D. James – A diary of her 77th year. It was nice but I wish she had more discussion of the process of writing mysteries. (July 13/00)
27.) Monsoon by Wilbur Smith – An East African adventure with Tom Courtney, Dorian Courtney, William Courtney and Guy Courtney (the sons of Hal Courtney) around 1700. Paperback buy (July 16/00)
by Rennie Airth – A 1921 English mystery featuring traumatized war veteran, Inspector Madden, pursuing a murderous rural pyschopath. Excellent; paperback buy. (July 19/00) (Best fiction of 2000) River of Darkness