National Library Book Sale today. I got there at about 5pm after interviewing a prospective student for the UofC, at Biopolis. By then most of the interesting stuff was probably gone, but when it comes to sales I trust in Providence to find something I like. It's less stressful than agonising over what I might have missed.
Anyway, the haul:
Karim Raslan, Heroes and Other Stories
Josef Skvorecky, Talkin' Moscow Blues
Ariel Dorfman, Death and the Maiden
Richard Robison and David S. G. Goodman, The New Rich In Asia
and a most serendipitous find in a Children's Fiction bin:
Jorge G. Castañeda, Compañero: The Life and Death of Che Guevara
Now, where on earth will I find the time to read all these?