Recently I asked Palumbo about what he was reading. His reply:
I’ve just finished the latest Michael Connelly, The Burning Room, featuring LAPD detective Harry Bosch. As usual, Connelly’s police procedure stuff is fascinating, and the plot complex, but there’s a subtle air of melancholy throughout the book. Bosch is perhaps a year away from retirement, and his eventual departure from the force (and perhaps the series of novels) lends poignancy to the story.Visit Dennis Palumbo's website.
For a change of pace, now I’m reading The Return of George Washington, by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Edward J. Larson. It covers the little-explored period in Washington’s life between resigning from the Continental Army and becoming our country’s first president. Fascinating, well-written stuff.
My Book, The Movie: Night Terrors.
The Page 69 Test: Phantom Limb.
My Book, The Movie: Phantom Limb.