Alan Cheuse, All Things Considered book reviewer and George Mason University writing professor.
Quiet summer nights curled up with a book are what All Things Considered book reviewer Alan Cheuse has in mind for you. He offers his annual list for summer reading, with books from all genres: memoir, science fiction, mystery and classics.
Cheuse Selections for 2004
Nothing Lost by John Gregory Dunne Alfred A. Knopf
One Last Look by Susanna Moore Alfred A. Knopf
The Mother Knot: A Memoir by Kathryn Harrison Random House
Kindred by Octavia Butler Beacon Press
Old Boys by Charles McCarry Overlook Press
Double Play by Robert B. Parker Putnam Publishing Group
The Devil's Highway: A True Story by Luis Alberto Urrea Little, Brown
A Chance Meeting: Intertwined Lives of Writers and Artists, 1854-1967 by Rachel Cohen Random House
The Rope Eater by Ben Jones Doubleday Books
Shooting the Sun by Max Byrd Bantam Books
Jack in the Box: A Shadow War Thriller by John Weisman William Morrow
The Magus by John Fowles Dell Publishing Company