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Lord Peter Views the Body
Dorothy L. Sayers
One Summer: America, 1927
Bill Bryson
Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman I don't think I've ever read a book by Neil Gaiman that I didn't enjoy. The characters are interesting, the plot moves right along, and I'm always interested in seeing what happens next. One of my favorite things about his books in general, and this one in particular, is that everything that happens makes sense in its context - that is, of course it's fantasy, so not true to "real life," but the actions are true to the context that's been established. No jarring "now, wait just a minute" moments, when the action doesn't make sense even in the specific context of the book.