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Dave Phelps
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Posted: 28 July 2018 at 8:24pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Palisades Park by Alan Brennart (early 80s readers may remember some Batman comics he did)

It has its moments, he does a great job of making one fall in love with the amusement park in the title and there are several references sprinkled throughout to delight and amuse the comic book fan. Unfortunately, attempting to cover 50 years in 400 pages led to a somewhat cursory back half.

The book feels like one thing in the first half and then a decision is made that makes the back half feel very different. As part of that, one character makes an offer to another that is declined. Near the end the person who declined wonders what would have been had they accepted the offer. I would have rather read that book.
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Now starting:
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James Best
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Now starting the latest novel in the ongoing Leo Waterman mystery series, which G.M. Ford has been cranking out since the mid 90's.
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James Best
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And now back to the world of sports and Indiana Jones' arch enemies...
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Ed Aycock
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"Rabbit, Run" by John Updike
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Shane Matlock
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Really loving this book. Some stunning work by Ditko and, I believe, all but one of the stories are written by Archie Goodwin. 

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Wallace Sellars
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LILITH: A SNAKE IN THE GRASS by Jack L. Chalker
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Kirk Moberg
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Washington’s Spies: the Story of America’s First Spy Ring by Alexander Rose.
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James Best
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Now for the latest Slough House spy novel by Mick Herron...
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