1: Cold City – F. Paul Wilson: the first book in the early years of Repairman Jack when he arrives in the city and starts his transformation into a man off the map, that helps those that need help and deals with the urban horrors that plague the world.
2: The Sum of Her Parts – Alan Dean Foster: book three in his Tipping Point trilogy.
3: Black Horse Creek – Charles G. West: the latest western from the excellent author.
4: Strike of The Mountain Man – William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone: the new Smoke Jensen western.
5: Sixkiller, U.S. Marshal: Eight Hours To Die – William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone: the third book in the John Henry Sixkiller series, the half Indian lawman.
6: Phoenix Rising: Firebase Freedom – William W. Johnstone with J. A. Johnstone: a novel of today’s world taken to absurd lengths with a President now admitting he is and always has been a Muslim and Americans are now taking sides. Reminiscent to me of Johnstone’s Ashes series where conservatives are good and liberals are bad. To black and white. Real life is never that sure.
7: The House of Silk – Anthony Horowitz: a Sherlock Holmes novel.
8: TV Tie-Ins – Kurt Peer: Evan Lewis turned me on to this one.