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Red War - Kyle Mills

Dark Sacred Night - Michael Connelly

The Spy and the Traitor by Ben Macintyre

Mycroft and Sherlock by Abdul-Jabbar and Waterhouse

Holy Ghost - John Sandford

Past Tense - Lee Child

In A House of Lies by Ian Rankin

The Killer Collective by Barry Eisler

Daughter of War by Brad Taylor

Sherlock Holmes Is Like edited by Christopher Redmond

Beside the Syrian Sea by James Wolff

The Night Agent by Matthew Quirk

The New Iberia Blues by James Lee Burke

Podcast Favorites

https://player.fm/series/simon-mayos-books-of-the-year/lee-child

   In this episode of the entertraining Books of the Year podcast, Simon Mayo and Matt Williams ask Lee Child about his legendary coffee consumption, at my request. 

@booksoftheyear, @simonmayo

https://soundcloud.com/markbellspowerproject/20180525-layne-norton-audio-sc

I'll listen to Layne Norton discuss and argue passionately about nutrition any day. Mark Bell does a great job moderating an engaging conversation between Norton and Shawn Baker about health, fitness, food and nutrition. Science wins! @marksmellybell, @BioLane

http://spybrary.com/tag/charles-cumming/

Shane Whaley and David Craggs talk spy and espionage fiction, writing, politics and books with the outspoken, brilliant writer, Charles Cumming.

@Spybrary, @CharlesCumming

 

http://revisionisthistory.com/episodes/30-analysis-parapraxis-elvis

Malcolm Gladwell digs deep into the one song Elvis Presley couldn't consistently sing, "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" This episode is a gripping, utterly fascinating discussion of how Elvis recorded, sang live, and interpreted his life through music. @Gladwell

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Thursday
Dec222011

Carolann Ames - Laurel Canyon Road 

Amazing vocals; gave me shivers. All original songs, what’s really expected these days, but also lyrics that peek inside Ames. I enjoy this record; it’s calming yet engaging at the same time. Even if you’re not a listen-to-the-words person, I know you’ll like the sound of Carolann Ames. Pretty doesn’t do this music justice.

carolannames.com

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