Stieg Larsson's Millennium books are EVERYWHERE, including the Bookreporter.com Facebook wall. Here's a roundup of Stieg links:
-An interesting article from the Wall Street Journal on the many designs of the cover for THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO...
Last week I mentioned that you could tell it's summer simply by looking at the bestseller lists and seeing all the mystery/suspense/thriller titles throughout. Be they spies, sleuths, lawyers, thugs or a crusading journalist from Sweden and his cyber-hacking sidekick, they're all on the list.
You can tell it's summer just by looking at the bestseller lists! Summer must truly be the season of the spy or rogue or otherwise captivating crimesolver with all the regional lists stocked with suspense/thrillers from favorites old and new. Nelson DeMille scored another No.
Check out Bookreporter.com's Coming Soon list to stay up to date on all the latest titles as well as those coming in the weeks and months ahead!
On Sale This Week:
THE SEARCH by Nora Roberts
STILL MISSING by Chevy Stevens
Bestselling novelist Jacquelyn Mitchard talks about being the victim of a Ponzi scheme and nearly losing everything...
A giant whale dating to prehistoric times was recently discovered off coast of the U.K., and it was appropriately named after MOBY DICK author Herman Melville...
Tell us about the books you’ve finished reading with your comments and a rating of 1 to 5 stars. During the contest period from December 2nd to December 16th at noon ET, three lucky readers each will be randomly chosen to win a copy of THE GERMAN GIRL by Armando Lucas Correa and THE SEVENTH PLAGUE: A Sigma Force Novel by James Rollins.
Tell us about the audiobooks you’ve finished listening to with your comments and a rating of 1 to 5 stars for both the performance and the content. During the contest period from December 1st to January 3rd at noon ET, two lucky readers each will be randomly chosen to win the audio versions of Alice Hoffman's FAITHFUL, read by Amber Tamblyn, and Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke's THE SLEEPING BEAUTY KILLER, read by Jan Maxwell.
This month, Books on Screen is truly an embarrassment of riches: two non-Taken Liam Neeson movies, including a years-in-the-making Scorsese pet project; Taraji P. Henson in the frames of my dreams; and Patrick Wilson in --- let’s face it --- pretty much anything. Let’s get down to the details before I get too distracted by what a good title “An Embarrassment of Richards” would be for a sexy calendar.