Friday, January 15, 2021

Books: "Bone Canyon" By Lee Goldberg

Bone Canyon

By Lee Goldberg

Thomas & Mercer; hardcover; $24.95

Lee Goldberg is a two-time Edgar Award, two-time Shamus Award nominee and the #1 New York Times bestselling author of over 30 novels, including Washington Post bestsellers Killer Thriller and True Fiction, as well as King CityThe Walk, fifteen Monk mysteries, and the internationally bestselling Fox & O'Hare books.

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Archie Manning & National Football Foundation Salute College Football On Completing Season

The college football season ended on Monday night in Miami with Alabama beating Ohio State, 52-24. Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban won his seventh national championship, a new record, eclipsing Bear Bryant. 

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Books: "Surrender The Dead" By John Burley

Surrender The Dead

By John Burley

William Morrow; paperback, $17.99; available today, Tuesday, January 12th

John Burley is the author of The Absence of Mercy, which was honored with the National Black Ribbon Award; The Forgetting Place; and The Quiet Child. He attended medical school in Chicago and completed his emergency medicine residency at University of Maryland Medical Center and the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. He continues to serve as an emergency medicine physician in Northern California.

Books: "A Stranger At The Door" By Jason Pinter

A Stranger At The Door

By Jason Pinter

Thomas & Mercer; paperback, 358 pages; $11.99; available today, Tuesday, January 12th

In this Book Two of the Rachel Marin series, the single mother is finally in a good place. After many tough years, she has found both s stable, loving relationship and a new purpose in life, putting her investigative skills to work solving crimes for the local police department.

Monday, January 11, 2021

College Football Hall of Fame Class Of 2021 Includes Romo, Sproles, & Tippett


The National Football Foundation revealed the illustrious 2021 class of the College Football Hall of Fame on Monday afternoon, which features 11 All-Americans and two coaches.

Books: "The Historians," Set In World War II Sweden


The Historians: A Novel Of WWII

By Cecilia Ekback

Harper Perennial; paperback, $16.99; available tomorrow, Tuesday, January 12th

Cecilia Ekback was born in Sweden in a northern fishing town. Her first novel, Wolf Winter, won a High Plains Award and an HWA Goldsboro Debut Crown. Her second novel, The Midnight Sun, was published to wide acclaim. She lives in Canmore, Alberta, Canada with her husband and twin daughter.

Books: "Spin," The Latest Captain Chase Novel From Patricia Cornwell


Spin: A Captain Chase Novel

By Patricia Cornwell

Thomas & Mercer; hardcover, $28.99; available tomorrow, Tuesday, January 12th

If you enjoyed the first installment of the Captain Chase thriller series, Quantum, this one picks up right where that one left off.

Spin opens at the finale of that landmark work, during the aftermath of a NASA rocket launch gone terribly wrong. While dealing with a deadly storm, Captain Calli Chase comes face-to-face with her missing twin sister Carme. She also faces the startling truth of who they really are.

Sunday, January 10, 2021

Mets Make A Major Statement With Deal For Lindor


When Steve Cohen purchased the Mets last fall, he promised things would be different, with one way being that they would be in the conversation for top free agents and be open to major trades.

Books: "A Crooked Tree" By Una Mannion


A Crooked Tree: A Novel

By Una Mannion

Harper; hardcover; $27.99

Una Mannion is a Philadelphia native who left the United States for Ireland in her early twenties, and she has won numerous prizes in that country for her work.