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Sierra Hahn, Cameron Stewart
The Old Gringo
Carlos Fuentes, Margaret Sayers Peden
Branch Cabell James Branch Cabell
White Apples
Jonathan Carroll
Tarzan of the Apes
Michael Meyer, Gore Vidal, Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Dead of Night: The Ghost Stories of Oliver Onions (Tales of Mystery & the Supernatural)
Oliver Onions
Swann's Way (In Search of Lost Time, #1)
Marcel Proust, C.K. Scott Moncrieff, Terence Kilmartin, D.J. Enright
The Land of Laughs
Jonathan Carroll
Voyage Along the Horizon
Javier MarĂ­as, Kristina Cordero
Palm-of-the-Hand Stories
J. Martin Holman, Lane Dunlop, Yasunari Kawabata
This Sweet Sickness - Patricia Highsmith well, compulsive reading is the key -- i read it all day and didn't stop until the end. her characters often have this fascinating control freakiness about them, and david kelsey is no different. he didn't seem as intelligent as tom ripley, though kelsey is a scientist, and that's usually equated in my mind with mental dexterity but i think that's because he's not as good as projecting what could happen and the steps that he needs to take to prevent it. but then again, ripley is a seasoned and fluent liar while kelsey is impatient and monomaniacal in his desire for his dream bride annabelle. people seem to die so easily in highsmith. :)