Fiction in July

Fiction titles are waiting for a reader: The author of Lonesome Dove, Larry McMurtry has a new western you may have heard about. The Last Kind Words Saloon features well-known legends Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday and their lives on a changing western landscape. J.K. Rowling writing as Robert Galbraith has a new crime novel, Silkworm. Michael Palmer has written a medical suspense, Resistant. It features a group known as One Hundred Neighbors that aren’t really very neighborly. If you have a little time, spend it with Greg Iles. The author has written a lengthy novel, Natchez Burning, “the first installment in an epic trilogy that weaves crime, lies, and secrets past and present into a mesmerizing thriller featuring southern mayor and former prosecutor Penn Cage.”  Dig in with a good book.