Happy Cinco de Mayo! Here it was enchiladas, tacos, refried beans, Mexican rice and, of course, a bottle of Pacifico.
In the past week we’ve had some rain, some sun, we bought plants, but other than things from the library, not a single book has come this last week.
I finished Prey on Patmos, the third book in Jeffrey Sigel’s Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis series, which I liked. This is a darn good series. Also read Once Upon A Star by Kendell Foster Crossen, the first Draco Manning short story collection (image) and Sea Gold by John Blane. I’m currently reading a three novel omnibus titled The Planet Pirates by Anne McCaffrey and Jodi Lynn Nye, comprised of Sassinak, The Death of Sleep and Generation Warriors. This is one I started months ago, then got turned aside by some books from the library and other things and am just now picking up again. I’m also chipping away at other short story collections, but making slow progress.
Barbara read three books (all from the library) Assassins of Athens and Prey on Patmos by Jeffrey Siger, and the second in the Harry Hole series, Cockroaches by Jo Nesbo, which she liked a good bit. She is now reading Killer by Jonathan Kellerman.
What new did you get, what have you been reading?