Monday, November 28, 2016

Heirs of the Body by Carol Dunn, 292 pages

I always particularly enjoy the Daisy Dalrymple books that take place at Fairacres, her ancestral home.

Betty and Veronica Double Digest No. 205, 225 pages

I always love having a some of these available when I want something mindless to relax with.

Betty and Veronica Double Digest No. 104, 225 pages

A great to relax before bed.

Gone West by Carola Dunn, 289 pages

Another fun Daisy Dalrymple mystery.

Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, 306 pages

My book club book for this month. I love the fact that he visited a bunch of imaginary countries and Japan, like it's imaginary as well.

Anthem For Doomed Youth by Carola Dunn, 288 pages

I had a review book by Carola Dunn to read and realized there were 3 before it that I hadn't read. Since I'm physically incapable of reading a series out of order I spent a weekend enjoying a binge of Daisy Dalrymple books.

Monday, November 21, 2016

A Catered Tea Party by Isis Crawford, 311 pages

I'm just not as big a fan of these sister detectives, but I'll still probably pick them up. I definitely know who will be the victim in the next book.

Betty and Veronica Double Digest No. 107, 225 pages

I'm getting to the bottom of my stack. I'll be sad when I run out.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

The Tainted Snuff Box by Rosemary Stevens, 292 pages

I'm a fan of Regency romances/mysteries and this series featuring Beau Brummell as the detective is making its way to the top of my favorites list.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Sheer Folly by Carola Dunn, 296 pages

One of the things I love best about this series is how utterly British they are. I always feel like I should have a cuppa of tea and a biscuit while reading one. These are in my top 10 of favorite mystery series.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Wonder Woman at Super Hero High by Lisa Yee, 237 pages

Being a Wonder Woman fanatic I had to pick this up. Interesting to read about these girls as teens coming into their powers.

Archie's Pals "n' Gals Double Digest, 225 pages

I woke up early this morning but it was too early to get out of bed. It's nice having a stack of these to read at times like that.

One Man's Meat by E.B. White, 350 pages

I'd read about this book being extremely popular with soldiers during WWII, so I had to give it a try. Plus, I always enjoyed Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, so why not. This collection of essays mainly featuring his move to the country and taking up the life of a farmer were extremely enjoyable. Normally I would knock out a book like this in a day but this one took a few days just because I couldn't read for too long due to the solidness of the writing. Very enjoyable.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Friday, November 4, 2016

Christmas Caramel Murder by Joanne Fluke, 210 pages

Almost a prequel/standalone. I'm waiting to find out what's wrong with Russ. I just can't see Hannah with him.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

In God We Trust, All Others Pay Trust by Jean Shepherd, 264 pages

My youngest got into The Christmas Story-The Musical, and since I've never seen the movie I figured I better read the book it was based on first. It wasn't too bad but it's no White Christmas.