Book #4 was "Never Let Me Go" by Kazuo Ishiguro. This is the second book I've read by the author, and he's really good at writing what seems like a very simple story that is really complicated if you look below the surface. He's also really good at telling a story from a naive viewpoint, where the big realizations dawn very slowly over the course of the novel. The end was sad, but it followed from what came before, so it was satisfying. I liked this a lot, though not as much as "When We Were Orphans." I plan to seek out more by Ishiguro.
1. Blue Light [fiction- Walter Mosley
2. Titus Alone [fiction]- Mervyn Peake