Do You Remember March?

images-4.jpgI already mentioned that I pretty-well lost the month of April laying on my back in a rehabilitation center. It wasn’t too bad: I almost finished the March reading list. But being unable to post over the internet, I was unable to recommend any new titles to read during April.

This is actually a recap of the suggested reading from March. It seems so long ago.

03-01-18 – The Fortunate Only: A Literary Thriller — R. J. Lawrence
03-02-18 – The Woman In the Window — A. J. Finn
03=03-18 – Missing Person — Patrick Modiano
03-04-18 – Spy of the First Person — Sam Shephard
03-05-18 – Phone — Will Self
03-06-18 – The Largess of the Sea Maiden — Denis Johnson
03-07-18 – Winter — Ali Smith
03-06-18 – The Duniazát — Salman Rushdie
03-07-18 – The Bughouse — Daniel Swift
03-08-18 – Daphne — Will Boast
03-09-18 – Adjustment Day — Chuck Palahniuk
03-10-18 – Winter — Karl Ole Knausgaard
03-11-18 – The Immoralists — Cloe Benjamin
03-12-18 – King Zeno — Nathaniel Rich
03-13-18 – Straying — Molly McCloskey
03-14-18 – Gnomon: A Novel — Nick Harkaway
03-15-18 – The Hard Work of Marriage — Zoë Heller
03-16-18 – Blue Angel: A Novel — Francine Prose
03-19-18 – Exit West — Moshin Hamid
03-20-18 – The Merry Wives of Windsor — William Shakespeare
03-21-18 – Killers of the Flower Moon — David Grann
03-22-18 – Angeles Crest — P. J. Zander
03-23-18 – Fire Sermon — Jamie Quatro
03-24-18 – Red Clocks — Leni Zumas
03-25-18 – Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang — Kate Wilhelm
03-26-18 – The Afterlives — Thomas Pierce
03-27-18 – For Bread Alone — Mohamed Choukri
03-28-18 – Going For a Beer: Selected Short Fictions — Robert Coover
03-29-18 – Mentored By a Madman: The William Burroughs Experiment — A. J. Lees
03-30-18 – Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone — Mark Zwonitzer & Charles Hirshberg
03-31-18 – Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment — Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

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