Monthly Archives: April 2011

In the woods, April 8

This blog is mostly about the books, but then there is the briar patch – the thickets, fields, woods and creek bottoms that inspire the reading and writing. Here’s what we found in the briar patch on April 8.

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Bricks and bullets

Here’s Bob Moyer again, this time in D.C., taking a look at the second book in a new series. By Robert Moyer AGENT X. By Noah Boyd. William Morrow. 391 pages. $24.99 Take a deep breath before you begin this … Continue reading

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A strange and haunting place

Mick Scott brings our attention to an intriguing book published in 2010 to considerable acclaim. By Mick Scott DOGTOWN: Death and Enchantment in a New England Ghost Town. By Elyssa East. Simon and Schuster. 304 pages. $15, paperback. SAVE. BE … Continue reading

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Much more than meets the eye

There he goes again. Not long back from the mean streets of L.A., and before that,  the Perigord region of France, Bob Moyer is now on a fictional journey to Japan. By Robert Moyer THE DEVOTION OF SUSPECT X. By … Continue reading

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