Sauk Valley's premier bookstore/coffeehouse features fiction, non-fiction, children's & local interest books.
Open 7 days/week, we also have fine coffees & pastries, wooden puzzles, children's art supplies & other toys, handmade fair trade goods plus priceless conversation. Special orders welcomed.
Featured Post, or Blast from the Past
And Father's Day Is STILL a Good Time to Buy a Book
Because Dad (and Gramps and Poppa) deserve the thought that counts
25 June 2011
In Common: Manaus, Sinisterly Arrogant Female Doctors...
And then, I happen to be doing a cycle count of the Mysteries/Noir/Crime Fiction section and found Leighton Gage's Dying Gasp. He writes about crimes in Brazil, highlighting the very human and very Brazilian Chief Investigator Mario Silvo, his put-upon boss Nelson Sampaio, Director of Brazil's National Federal Police and fellow law enforcement personnel. It struck me that this location of action in this title is also Manaus, the "jungle hellhole on the Amazon" with a (with hope) a more dastardly female doctor than Patchett's.
What are the odds? Comparing them might prove interesting. Anyone up to the task?
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment