Rain, wind, we had it all. Thankfully the biggest part of the yard work is done until after frost. It’s been good reading weather!
Reading – Richard
I continue to get books from the library. Another Sheriff Dan Rhodes by Bill Crider, A Ghost of A Chance is here, but I haven’t started it yet, other books are in line before it. I’m now reading House of Silk by Anthony Horowitz, a Sherlock Holmes novel which is, at about the halfway mark, pretty dark but good reading.
All these library books coming in means I’m not getting anything of my own read, except for the occasional short story from one of the half dozen collections I’m working on. Plus some new things came Sunday which I’ll tell you about in a couple of days.
Reading – Barbara
Barbara kept plugging away at The Remains of An Alter, (see last week’s post) until about page 150, then gave it up. So neither of us could finish it. Not an author we could recommend. She followed that with another Reacher, Worth Dying For. Now she’s reading The Verge Practice, and then will start Lynda La Plante’s The Red Dahlia, which is the second in that series.
What are you reading?