What we're reading in Mammoth: Sept. 14-20

A totally random sampling of what Mammothites are reading, culled from here and there, appearing every now and then


Mary Canada, Eastern California Museum archivist: “The Next 100 Years,” by George Friedman.


Jim Tenney, former pathologist and current musician: “Mala hierba’ (Weeds),” by Pio Baroja.


Corinne Brown, owner of The Finishing Touch: “The Little Stranger,” by Sarah Walters.


C.D. Ritter, Mono County administrator: “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,” by Robert M. Pirsig.


Ward Jones, real estate magnate: “Power of the Dog,” by Don Winslow.


Jen Daugherty, town planner: “A Sand County Almanac,” by Aldo Leopold.


Dan Watson, chief of police: “41D, Man of Valor,” by Lisa Simmons


Rich Boccia, MUSD superintendent: “Steinbrenner: The Last Lion of Baseball,” by Bill Madden. 


John Wentworth, MLTPA chieftain: “Ali in Wonderland: And Other Tall Tales,” by Ali Wentworth.


Stuart Brown, Mammoth Recreation Director: “The Tombs (A Fargo Adventure),” by Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry.


Jonny Walker, Footloose mechanic, man about town, freelance mixology columnist: “The Secret Knowledge of Water : Discovering the Essence of the American Desert,” by Craig Childs.




Aleksandra Gajewski, publisher: “Callico Joe,” by John Grisham.


George Shirk, news editor: “Blood’s A Rover,” by James Ellroy.


Jesse Barlet, production manager, photographer: “Sketching Light,” by Joe McNally.