Wednesday, January 04, 2012
WHAT TO READ WHEN YOU'RE OLD AND COLD
Knocked off THE SNOWMAN, by Jo Nesbo, set in Norway with alcoholic, self-destructive cop Harry Hole. Then followed it with THE TROUBLED MAN, by Henning Mankell, in which we bid farewell to Kurt Wallander, the depressed and achingly introspective Swedish police detective who is facing an endlife with Alzheimer's.
No matter how old and cold I might be feeling, these guys really brighten my day.