Which of these seafaring tales would you most like to read with us in August?
Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry
If you want more rugged heroes and dangerous frontiers, try these…
The Passage by Justin Cronin for a doorstopper that takes place primarily in the badlands
Castle by J. Robert Lennon for incredibly spare prose that conveys tension in every sentence
The Half-Made World by Felix Gilman for a frontier story but with punk-fantasy dangers
The Cold Dish by Craig Johnson for a modern-day version of Woodrow F. Call solving mysteries in backwoods of Wyoming
Philip Meyer´s debut novel “American Rust" is one to read….set in the current US depression…this is a real page turner.
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford | Andrew Dominik, 2007