What's everyone reading this week?
I'm reading a library book - Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill.
Hi Jenn....I've just started " What I did for Love" which is the new book by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. I generally enjoy her books and hope this one is no exception.
I finished The Private Patient which I enjoyed. It's hard to believe that James is almost 90 and her story lines are still so complex. We should all be so lucky at that age. I started Lethal Legacy by Linda Fairstein and so far it's good. Plum Spooky is in transit to the library for me so I'll probably get to it this week as well. I'm looking forward to it. Usually I don't enjoy her between the numbers books as much but this one is getting good reviews.
thanks jenn for starting the thread this week. i've had a lot going on and am just now getting to post.
i'm still reading devil may ride by wendy roberts.
Now that I finished Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill, I'm reading another library book, The Canterbury Papers by Judith Koll Healey.
About half way through Crooked River Burning at work. I usually get half an hour every other day to read there. Trying to make myself finish the Shack - really not into it since the middle of the book.Finished Killer Takes All by Erica Spindler and Dearly Beloved by Wendy Corsi Staub. Just started Lost Souls by Lisa Jackson. I just don't get enough time to read any more.
How did you like Killer Takes All by Erica Spindler and Dearly Beloved by Wendy Corsi Staub?
I really liked Killer Takes All. I was reading it a couple of chapters a night before bed and ended up taking part of last Sunday to sit and finish it. Lots of suspense right up to the end. I don't think I have been disappointed by one of hers yet.
Dearly Beloved wasn't quite as good as I thought it would be after reading Dearly Beloved and Kiss Her Goodbye. As I was reading it, I kept getting the feeling that I had read it, or something with the same theme, before but I don't recall ever reading any of hers before finding her name on this board.
Tried reading The Fool's Tale, by Nicole Galland. Got almost 200 pages in before I let it go. Just couldn't like anyone, really. I'm not in the mood to read about people I can't like, so I read the ending to see if it would be worth and I decided it wouldn't be. I know most people think reading the ending spoils the book, but I only do it if I'm not sure the book will be worth the time invested.
I've started Queen Margot, by Alexander Dumas. I loved the movie! (I know the book probably won't be even remotely like the movie, but it should still be interesting.) Besides, I remember really liking The Three Musketeers.
If that doesn't work out, I have The Temptation of the Night Jasmine, by Lauren Willig. It's the fifth book in the Pink Carnation series. I hope it's fun... the first three were entertaining, but I found The Seduction of the Crimson Rose a little on the dull side.