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  • January 2020

    New Year!! Time for new books. Maybe new to you authors?

    What are you reading?

  • #2
    Nancy Taylor Rosenberg, Interest of Justice. One of her older books but good plot.


    • #3
      Ok, I have been reading but not checking I here. so sorry!
      I read A Dangerous Man by Robert Crais. I have read a lot of his books about a PI named Elvis Cole and his investigator Joe Pike, set in LA.
      I am reading two books right now:John Grisham The Guardians and one by P.T. Deutermann, Official Privelege. I also read two other books by him, Zero Options and Train Man. I started reading another by him but it got too vulgar and I stopped somewhere in the first 1/4 of the book...

      this last month was filled with Hallmark movies and not much reading other than recipes for Christmas cookies!
      Hope you are well!


      • #4
        I spent a lot of time in cookbooks during December too.
        And now I'm trying to find some new recipes to try during the new year. I love reading cookbooks, especially the community type that hold family favorites.

        I also started a couple of books, read a chapter or two and put them in the bag to donate for the library book sale. I don't enjoy reading books loaded with foul language, extreme violence, or overly descriptive scenes..... TMI.

        A couple of Kindle books, both better than I anticipated.

        Jeopardy in January by Camilla Chafer

        A berry Clever Corpse by A.R. Winter.


        • #5
          Two more on the Kindle -

          Powdered Murder by A. Gardner
          A Berry Deadly Welcome by A.R. Winter

          Another paperback went into the bag for the library sale. I seem to be finding a lot of books that aren't appealing but I'm clearing space on the bookshelf!


          • #6
            I finished off January with -
            Murder Over Cocktails by Nancy Skopin. Some parts were a little gruesome but the plot was good. I have several of the books in this series on my Kindle.