Reading Lists: Adults

This year is shaping up to be full of exceptionally suspenseful psychological thrillers. Here are the ones I'm waiting on the edge of my seat for.

With the publication of his first novel (Nineteen Seventy Four) in 1999, British writer David Peace has been messing with the classic crime genre - disrupting plot, fragmenting character and narration, using historical events to expand on power and its forms of abuse. Most of Peace's novels render a world where the political is always in bed with corruption. Obviously inspired by James Ellroy and his fraught relation to LA, Peace's work is similarly bleak, though quintessentially British.

A selection of choice disco essentials from the MCL collection - inspired by the fantastic Tim Lawrence tome "Love Saves the Day : A History of American Dance Music Culture, 1970-1979." Boogie til you're broke.

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