What We Missed… (Fabulous Fiction Firsts)
The October 1st Library Journal lists the best and the brightest FFF of the past year. We hit most of them but admittedly; there were a few we just didn't get around to. Here are the ones that caught our eyes. We won’t want YOU to miss them. Look for them on our New Books shelves.
Kiffe Kiffe Tomorrow by Faïza Guène. Growing up in Paradise Estate - a Paris housing project for Muslim immigrants. Published when the author was a 19- yr.old university student. A bestseller in Europe.
Holmes on the Range* by Steve Hockensmith. Two Montana cowboys playing Holmes and Watson when all they expect is hard work, bad pay, and a comfortable campfire to read up on their hero, Sherlock. What fun!
The Blight Way: A Sheriff Bo Tully Mystery by Patrick McManus. Blight County, Idaho’s Sheriff Bo - smart, sneaky and relentless, is forced to put on his sleuthing hat in this very funny debut mystery.
* = Starred Review(s)