Adult fairy tales August 24th & 25th show

FEATURED BOOKS PREVIEWED
The Book of Lost Things” by John Connolly
“The Kings and Queens of Roam” by Daniel Wallace
“Ocean at the End of the Lane” by Neil Gaiman
Earth Unaware” by Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston
“The Night is Alive” by Heather Graham
“The Darwin Elevator” by Jason Hough
“Fifth Grave Past the Light” by Darynda Jones
INTERVIEW
Daniel Wallace, Author
TUNE IN TO THE PROGRAM FOR
An escape into the world of adult fairy tales….tales of love, loss, revenge and redemption.
The Book Report is on Saturday in Los Angeles (KTLK) 5PM & New York (WOR) 11PM, and Sunday in Miami (WIOD) 3PM.
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BOOK CLUBBERS

Attention Book club gals, these books, coming out in the next months, are for you. 

Coming soon to a book store near you….and definitely worth your group’s time is the hotly anticipated romance debut from Stephanie Evanovich, Janet Evanovich‘s niece. The book, scheduled for July, looks to be a rollicking chick-lit-ish romp of love. The Astor Orphan by Alexandria Aldrich is an insider’s look at an American Royal family.  And Shocked: My Mother, Schiaparelli, and Me by Patricia Volk is the author’s tale of growing up under the gaze of these stylish, difficult women.

Anytime you’re looking for suggestions, check my website, http://www.bookreportradio.com. And tune into my show, The Book Report.

Elaine Charles of The Book Report

Bill O’Reilly is making a killing in the New York Times Best seller list this week with two titles in the top 20 for Nonfiction – Killing Kennedy and Killing Lincoln. Are they worth your time? Yes, they are….Honest Abe. Written with Martin Dugard, the books are meticulously researched and filled with facts surrounding the two presidential assassinations. Even if you’re a history buff, you’ll come away with a strong sense of time and place, and new insights into events and players.

O’Reilly’s TV show and shtick may NOT be your bag, but trust me – you WILL enjoy these titles.

Whatever genre keeps you turning pages, tune into my show The Book Report. For more ideas, give my website a glance, bookreportradio.com.