Angel’s Tip

From Marie K. Schulken
author: Burke, Alafair
Angel’s Tip
 As a New Yorker, you can relate to much of the activity in this mystery.  A definite beach read and filled with action.  Begins with a young woman drinking in a NY bar, lingers for awhile after her friends leave, to have one more drink … hence, the adventure begins …

Rice, Men and Barbed Wire

From Marie K. Schulken
author: Bocksel, Arnold A.
 Rice, Men and Barbed Wire
The Author of this book recently passed away, however, he was a member of our Beach Community out in Mattituck.  After reading this wonderful book, I wish I had taken the opportunity to get to know him.  He survived the Bataan Death March and spent more than three years as a Prisoner of War.  He was given the Bronze Heart and the Purple Heart, among other citations, he was a Real hero.

Playing for Pizza

From Tony Chan
author: Grisham, John
Playing for Pizza
After losing the playoff game for the Cleveland Browns against the Denver Broncos by throwing interceptions with 11 minutes left in the game, the
wash-up back-up quarterback, Rick Dockery, left for Italy to play for the Parma Panthers in the Italian Football league.  Most of the book is about how Rick adapted to the Italian culture and winning or losing football games.  Eventually, he led the Parma Panthers to win their first Italian Superbowl.  The other major part of the book is about his relationship with a college co-ed, Livvy, where he would travel with her to sightsee around Italy.

The Sixth Man

From Paulette Aspesi
author: Baldacci, David
The Sixth Man
I love everything this man writes. Edgar Roy, an alleged mass murderer is being held at a prison for the criminally insane. Sean King & Michelle Maxwell are hired to help with his case. What follows is a conspiracy of major proportions. Edgar has an eidetic memory and is part of a secret government whereby he processes loads of government info from all the major intelligence agencies and makes sense of them. But some very powerful and influential people do not like this- they want to be in control. In the end truth and justice win out.