Just returned from hearing Florida author Randy Wayne White speak at our local library. He has a new book out, “Night Vision” (Putnam, 2011), another addition to his Doc Ford (former government operative turned marine biologist) mystery series.
I have not read any of his books, but am interested enough now to select one as soon as I get through my current pile. Not sure how long that may take, as today I added “Electric Barracuda” by Tim Dorsey. Each time I stop at the library I can’t resist picking up at least one more book. It’s like an addiction with me – I have to restrain myself from carting off nearly everything on the shelf!
I am moving right along with “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest” by Stieg Larsson – can’t put it down! Somehow this author has made me really care what happens to his characters, so I was hooked again from the very beginning of this book. The plot is so complicated and interesting; this guy was a genius, surely. You definitely need to read his trilogy in order however, or I can see where you might get confused in this third one without the background – I know I would have been.
Well, back to the reading!