Her new mystery is Night Kill.
Last week I asked her what she was reading. Her reply:
I try to balance my reading thus: two mysteries, one non-fiction, one literary fiction. This plan was meant to nourish the zoo mystery series I write, my long-standing fascination with environmentalism, botany and zoology, and a large, erratic list of occasional interests. Well, it was a good idea. My actual current reading includes The Animal Dialogues by Craig Childs (encounters with wild animals), Stalking Susan by Julie Kramer (a fine first mystery), The World Without Us by Alan Weisman (you'll never look at humanity the same), and Crescent by Diana Abu-Jaber (about Arab-Americans). Oh, and Darkness & Light by John Harvey and Hannah's Dream by Diane Hammond. Sigh. Not enough hours in the day. At some point I throw up my hands and say, "I can read 'em or I can write 'em, but I can't do both at the same time."Visit Ann Littlewood's website and blog.