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Posted to subscriber list on July 25, 2005.

Hello, MostlyFiction.com readers!

Here are the most recently released paperback books that were previously reviewed at MostlyFiction. This lists includes books released in paperback during May, June and July 2005.

Click on the book title to read our review of the book:

Shoot the Moon by Billie Letts

The Half Brother by Lars Saabye Christensen

The Last Day of the War by Judith Claire Mitchell

The Sari Shop by Rupa Bajawa

Snow by Orhan Pamuk

You Have to Be Careful in the Land of the Free by James Kelman

The Queen of the South by Arturo Perez-Reverte

Havana World Series by José Latour

Eventide by Kent Haruf

The Ptolemies by Duncan Sprott

Double Play by Robert B. Parker

The Confusion : Volume Two of The Baroque Cycle by Neal Stephenson

The Master by Colm Toibin

Q by Luther Blissett

War Trash by Ha Jin

Colors Insulting to Nature by Cintra Wilson

Plain Heathen Mischief by Martin Clark

Strange but True by John Searles

Mr. Paradise by Elmore Leonard

The Locklear Letters by Michael Kun

The Seige of Salt Cove by Anthony Weller

Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris

Heart of the Hunter by Deon Meyer

Rain Storm by Barry Eisler

The White Russian by Tom Bradby

Killer Smile by Lisa Scottoline

Four Souls by Louise Erdrich

The Last Goodbye by Reed Arvin

Whiskey Sour: A Jack Daniels Mystery by J. A. Konrath

Ten Big Ones by Janet Evanvich

'Til Death Do us Part by Kate White

Past Due by William Lashner

Dark Voyage by Alan Furst

Trace by Patricia Cornwell

Missing Justice by Alafair Burke

Illium by Dan Simmons

Dead Lines by Greg Bear

Bad Men by John Connolly

Arc of Justice: A Saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in the Jazz Age by Kevin Boyle

The Secret Life of Lobster: How Fishermen and Scientist are Unraveling the Mysteries of Our Favorite Crustacean by Trevor Corson

The following are some books that we didn't review but wish we had (book title link to Amazon.com):

An Unfinished Season by Ward Just

The Circus in Winter by Cathy Day

Earthquake Weather by Terrill Lee Lankford

Misdemeanor Man by Dylan Schaffer

The Rule of Four by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason

A Thin Difference by Frank Turner Hollon

Waking Raphael by Leslie Forbes

backStabber by Tim Cockey

Cold Case Squad by Edna Buchanan

Dead Water by Barbara Hambly

Something Rotten by Jasper Fforde

Sandstorm by James Rollins

Brimstone by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

The Fractal Murders by Mark Cohen

A Country of Our Own: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea by David Poyer

Forty Signs of Rain by Kim Stanley Robinson

Twin Tracks: The Unexpected Origins of the Modern World by James Burke

Gag Rule: On the suppression of Dissent and Stifling of Democracy by Lewis H. Lapham

Where the Right Went Wrong: How Neoconservatives Subverted the Reagan Revolution and Hijacked the Bush Presidency by Patrick J. Buchanan

Crusade: Chronicles of an Unjust War by James Carroll

All Fishermen are Liars: True Tales from the Dry Dock Bar by Linda Greenlaw

Here are the paperback books we listed last month, click here.

Regards,

Judi Clark
MostlyFiction.com

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