Eric Clapton's autobiography is probably more interesting as a chronicle of the many bands and people he performed with as it is for a look at his personal story and struggle with addictions. He is not very inciteful but his struggle with sex, drugs, alcohol and rock and roll are worth reading if you struggle with addiction or are a Clapton fan. Otherwise, its mediocre.
This is a cops vs. bad guys whodunit with a terrific twist. One of the main protagonists is a K-9 police dog whose understanding of her role and awareness of what is going on around her is wonderfully portrayed in compelling doggie thoughts. As a long time guide dog user, I can tell you that the author's understanding of how a dog thinks and how it responds is masterful.
Pat Conroy's rich prose wonderfully describes life as a cadet at the Citadel with several intricate mysteries with surprising endings as a bonus. A must read for Conroy fans!
Multiple mysteries confront Reacher in a small Mississippi town and concludes with the story why he left the Army.
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