Long Haul

LATEST COVER STORY
Iraq: Mission Not Accomplished
 What Went Wrong
 Where are the WMDs?
October 6, 2003 Issue
 

ASIA
 Japan: Is recovery for real?
 Nepal: Return of the Serpent
 China: Police under fire
 Interview: Pervez Musharraf


ARTS
 Movies: Takeshi Kaneshiro
 Movies: An Affair to remember


BUSINESS
 India: Blacktop Buccaneers


NOTEBOOK
 Korea: The man with two names
 Milestones
 Verbatim
 Letters


GLOBAL ADVISOR
 Travel: Hong Kong's back!
 Dossier: Kiwis return to roost
 Hotels: Warsaw luxe
 Books: Long haul reads
 Style: Chocolate treats
 Tech: Portable entertainment
 Golf: Cost-of-living-it-up Index


CNN.com: Top Headlines
If you're traveling, a hard-boiled soft-cover can be just the ticket. If you're not traveling, you'll want novels that can transport you. Here are some recent paperback mysteries from far and near that are worth investigating THE TERRA-COTTA DOG
Andrea Camilleri
(Penguin)
Sicilian inspector Salvo Montalbano follows the trail of a supermarket heist to a cave where two young bodies lay, dead since World War II

STONE KISS
Faye Kellerman
(Warner)
Peter Decker, L.A. homicide detective and Orthodox Jew, flies to New York City to find the killer...

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