The Chain by Adrian McKinty (library) great thriller about a kidnapping/hostage scheme --easy read and I liked it
Dead Water by Ann Cleeves (library) another in the Jimmy Perez series (Shetland TV Show)
Young Men and Fire by Norman Maclean (library) about the 1949 Mann Gulch Fire in Montana. Very interesting. Book is a little disjointed just because it was published after Maclean's death from his manuscript that was unfinished. But it is an amazing story, so I still recommend it. He is the author of A River Runs Through It
Grain Brain by David Perlmutter (library) very interesting about the links between gluten and carbs and Alzheimer's and overall brain health. If this doesn't get you to reduce your carbs intake, I don't know what will.
The Thirty Mile Fire by John Maclean (library) Four young firefighters died at this fire in July 2001. I found this book much better written than the previous fire book I read. It was easier it follow the path of the fire and how it grew (with the Young Men and Fire book, I had to keep going to the photos and diagrams to figure out what the heck was going on.) I recommend this book too. Obviously, I am on a roll reading about fires.
We Don't Live Here Anymore by Andre Dubus (library) short stories - very good
Trophy Child by Paula Daly (library) thriller about the kidnapping of a child. Set in England, I really enjoyed it.
Fire On The Mountain by John Maclean (library) about a Colorado fire in 1994 where several firefighters died --- Once I get started reading about something,I just cannot stop!
Hold Tight by Harlan Coben (audiobook) thriller about a father trying to protect his son -just okay
The King's Curse by Philippa Gregory (library) I have said before that I like getting my English History from Philippa Gregory. And I enjoy all the different interpretations of the Tudor story.
Firestorm by Nevada Barr rereading this after my recent fascination with books about forest fires. it is good.
The Laramie Project by Moises Kaufman (library) a play about a hate crime in Laramie, Wyoming against a young gay man. Then the follow up to the aftermath of the crime 10 years later. Interesting how little attitudes had changed in ten years and how the crime and the consequences had been forgotten by many people.
Life Among the Savages by Shirley Jackson (library) this book was just delightful. So much fun, descriptions of her and her family. And yes, the Shirley Jackson of The Lottery and Haunting of Hill House.
The Mistake I Made by Paula Daly (library) I liked Trophy Child so much that I decided to read everything else that Paula Daly has written. This one was good too and reminded me a bit of some of the storyline from the recent UK tv show Dark Water.
Seaglass Summer by Anjali Banerjee (library) fun story of a girl who wants to be a veterinarian and spends the summer with her uncle (who runs a veterinarian clinic) in the Pacific Northwest.
Clear My Name by Paula Daly (library) Another thriller by Paula Daly, I liked it and will definitely be reading more by her!