You are invited to take a literary journey to days of yore in our country’s West. 100 Years of Western Fiction: the 20th Century is a list with a century’s worth of best reads, and some fine, fine films. Many are genre Westerns, but you will also find enjoyable titles simply about The West – with nary a cowboy in sight.
For those who regularly enjoy Crime Fiction and for those who enjoy reading the “Best” books, the June-July book display – Best Crime Novels 2005-2015 – could well include a few titles you just might have missed. Then, too, if Crime Fiction is a genre unfamiliar to you, this might well be a good starting point for your reading pleasure. It might be hard for newcomers to the genre to believe, but these novels of not-so-nice people doing not-so-nice things run from the expected ‘noir’ and creepy suspense to laugh-out-loud funny. Enjoy!
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