The Feather Thief by Kirk Wallace Johnson – This was my Nonfiction of the Month for September,  I’m more then half way and really enjoying  this incredible theft of rare and extinct dead birds for there feathers that are worth millions.

Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff – this was my one hold over last month, but really probably a better October read that’s a horror set in 1964 deep south as a black family is terrorized.

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield – This book has been on my TBR for a very long time, and has been highly recommended. I t was described as Gothic Horror, which I love.

In the Woods by Tana French – another one that has been on my TBR for far too long, and one that’s is highly recommended both Setterfield and French have new books out soon , I guess that was my motivation. This is described as a dark Mystery that unfolds like a lost fable.

Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher – This is my Nonfiction of the Month for October. I love Carrie Fisher, the open feminist writer, this is her first memoir.

A Bad Day for Voodoo by Jeff Strand – I read Strand’s Wolf Hunt earlier this year and the writing was so fresh and wonderful, I had to read another.  This one deals with Voodoo dolls and highschool.

Scooby Apocalypse Volume 2 and 3 by Keith Griffen – I liked the first Volume and the library had the other two, the first one had two big reveals at the end, I can’t wait to see what is next. Zoinks.

The Dead Zone – Stephen King – this is my King of the Month, I’ve seen both the movie and a little bit of the TV show, filmmakers take a lot of license with King’s work it’s always interesting to read the original source.

Hard Times by Charles Dickens – This is my Classic of the Month, it one I skimmed through when it was assigned in college and I always wanted to revisit it.  I know it is one of his most biographical works and his stick it to the England how unfair it is to the poor.

Wings of a Flying Tiger by Iris Yang I received this from Open Books in exchange for a review.  It’s a historical fiction that takes place during World War II, in Japan occupied China, and the risk of two Chinese women to save a shot down American fighter jet pilot.

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