Welcome to a new week. book friends. Lots of good books coming up in my reading pile this week, plus a birthday celebration at my favorite restaurant Ruth Cris. Hope all is “readably” wonderful for you this week!
Ten years separates murders of woman who tragically died in a river outside a small town in Minnesota. How did these girls die and how are they connected, if indeed they are, is the basis for this suspenseful novel. Jan and I are buddy reading this one.
Having been blown away (aka scared out of my mind) by The Fourth Monkey, I knew I had to read this next in the series. Sure to be another spine tingling journey into the mind of a serial killer. I can see some sleepless nights ahead.
What would we ever do without out libraries? (thank you Ben Franklin) When the Los Angeles public Library burns in 1986, the fire was a disaster. Written as a tribute to libraries and to all those who work and frequent their environs, this will be a book that those of us who are readaholics will adore. Jan and I are buddying up on this book.
After recusing two children during a raging storm, this story takes us into a world where your decisions have consequences, some of them deadly. As three lives interweave, the story becomes a psychologically propelled picture of family drama, mixed in with hate, anger, and redemption.
Wanted to get to this book last week, but didn’t fit it in so I am determined this week to give this lovely book a read.