In Paperback: DAWN PATROL by Don Winslow

It’s summer time and time to stock up on a few vacation reads…  personally, I like paperbacks this time of year because I can pack more and I’m more likely to pass them on to another reader when I’m done.  So here is a quick list of some books we’ve reviewed in the past that are now out in paperback.

(All links below open to our original review)

DAWN PATROL by Don Winslow releases today… and thus the reason that I thought I’d do this list.

THE BOAT by Nam Le (available in paperback in August, but worth the wait)

A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO GRACEFUL LIVING by Michael Dahlie (available soon in paperback)

THE PLAGUE OF DOVES by Louise Erdrich

THE HOUSE ON FORTUNE STREET by Margot Livesey

THE STORY OF A MARRIAGE by Andrew Sean Greer

CHILD 44 by Tom Rob Smith

THE BLUE DOOR by David Fulmer

THE BROKEN WINDOW by Jeffery Deaver

NOTHING TO LOSE by Lee Child

A CHANGE OF HEART by Jodi Picoult

THE GARDEN OF LAST DAYS by Andre Dubus III

BREATH by Tim Winton

THE LAZARUS PROJECT by Alexander Hemon

SPLIT ESTATE by Charlotte Bacon

This list is just a start… one that I will be adding too.  Leave comments on your recommendations for paperback reading.

June 16, 2009 · Judi Clark · No Comments
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