Earlier this month I asked him what he was reading. His reply:
I'm reading two books at the moment, going on three, which is more or less typical. My daughter gave me a copy of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson and I picked it up, somewhat reluctantly, and found myself totally gripped by it. The guy was prickly, to say the least, and I don’t think I’d like to have hung with him, but one can’t deny his impact on our world – for good or ill – and his genius. This is a truly unputdownable book, and I haven’t had much luck putting it down.Visit John Lescroart's website.
Luckily, when I work out in the mornings, I usually read my second book. In this case, it’s an advanced readers copy (“ARC”) that was sent to me by Minotaur Press for a book that will be published in a few months entitled A Killing In The Hills by Julia Keller. I'm seventy pages in and it’s excellent.
Finally, prompted by my wife, I’m about to embark on my first Kindle read – Jeff Eugenides’s latest, The Marriage Plot, which both my wife and daughter have loved.