Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
On the NightTable
Manitoba Government and General Employees Union president
"I read to relax. I try to stay clear of anything political. I like nothing better than a good mystery, suspense or true crime novel. I have just finished two Ann Rule books, Don't Look Behind You and In the Still of the Night. I am always amazed at her ability to fascinate me with her psychological assessment of these murderers. I am now halfway through Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol again. It's another great read by an author who can keep me spellbound. I am looking forward to my summer vacation so I can truly curl up with two novels that I have not had the time to crack open yet, John Grisham's The Litigators and also Until You Are Dead, Julian Sher's story of Steven Truscott. I don't believe I will be disappointed."
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 28, 2012 J5
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