Thursday, May 12, 2005

President Clinton Reads Harrington

Kent passed this along to me this week, so I thought I would share it with you...

From ABC News Political Unit's 'The Note':

"The Clintons of Chappaqua
So what did President Clinton read during his long convalescence? According to informed sources, among the books sent to him by close friends and publishers were Kent Harrington's "Red Jungle," George Pelecanos's "Drama City" (we love GP too!), Michael Connelly's "The Closers," Harlan Cohen's "The Innocent," and Purnell Christian's "The Rude Awakening," Stella Rimington's "At Risk" (a personal favorite of ours) and Michael Gruber's "Valley of Bones." Kindly booksellers, including Bobby McCue of Mystery Bookstore in Los Angeles, Sally Owen of the Mysterious Bookshop in New York City and publisher Dennis McMillan sent the President their best wishes and their best new books. "

1 Comments:

Blogger Candace said...

Okay, I love Michael Gruber and a couple of these others myself. But if they had REALLY wanted to shake him up, they should have sent him a couple of Joe Lansdale's latests.

7:25 PM  

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