We shall see - books have become much like music for me, more interested in "gaps" to fill in at this point. Sad but true!
Jack Kerouac - Desolation Angels
Charles Bukowski - Ham On Rye
Michael Crichton - Eaters Of The Dead
Vladimir Nabokov - King, Queen, Knave
Nikos Kazankantis (sp?) - The Last Temptation Of Christ
Tommy Thompson - Blood And Money
Any book I can get my hands on about the Oklahoma City Bombing
James M. Cain - The Postman Always Rings Twice
A re-read of Gravity's Rainbow (wonder if I should reread V. first)
Those are some of the others I've been considering...some of which I'd have to Interlibrary Loan to find or something.