Thank you Newsday for the inclusion

Three books…and mine is one of them.  Thank you Newsday for the inclusion.  Link here and pasted below

James Patterson on the Aaron Hernandez story, a mystery from Germany, a memoir of India

“Babylon Berlin” by Volker Kutscher. Photo Credit: Picador

BABYLON BERLIN, by Volker Kutscher. The first book in a German mystery series, translated by Niall Sellar, is the basis for the Netflix series of the same name. The setting is Berlin in 1929 — decadent capital of Weimar Germany — and the protagonist is vice squad detective Gereon Rath, investigating the torture and murder of an unidentified man. (Picador, $17 paper)

THE MILK LADY OF BANGALORE: An Unexpected Adventure, by Shoba Narayan. When the author returns to her native India after many years in the United States, she forms a friendship with Sarala, who grazes her cows — sacred in the Hindu religion — across the street. When Narayan offers to buy Sarala a new heifer, the memoir becomes a meditation on family, friendship, culture and belief. (Algonquin, $24.95)

ALL-AMERICAN MURDER: The Rise and Fall of Aaron Hernandez, the Superstar Whose Life Ended on Murderers’ Row, by James Patterson and Alex Abramovich with Mike Harvkey. How did this college football All-American go from a promising NFL career to a first-degree murder conviction — and suicide? Patterson tells this true-crime story in the page-turning style of a thriller. (Little, Brown; $28)