The time change occurs this weekend, so someday soon it will be light enough and warm enough to sit outside and read.
At Any Cost, the latest installment of the Forensic Instincts series. Mob hits, serial killer and a possible university admissions scandal. Can the team at Forensic Instincts figure it out before NYPD and keep their client alive?
And They Called it Camelot is a highly fictionalized story of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. Think The Crown but about Jackie. A story woven into known dates and events, conversations between actual people made up. Story runs from shortly before she meets JFK to after the death of Onassis.
Dinner's with Ruth, Nina Totenberg's, of NPR, memoir on her life and the power of friendship. She and Ruth Bader Ginsberg were friends for nearly 50 years. Meeting before Nina joined NPR or RBG being on the Supreme Court.
All the Queen's Men, there has been a death at Buckingham Palace. Accident or murder? Plus, how did one of the Queen's favorite paintings end up in a Portsmouth exhibit? Set in the near past, can the Queen solve this one? There is one more book like this but I wonder if the author will write any more books like this since the Queen has died.
The Christie Affair is loosely based on Agatha Christie's real life disappearance for 10 days back in 1926. Written from the perspective of the mistress of Archie Christie. I found the story line confusing and hard to read.
Ooooh that looks like a wonderful reading list for you this week! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Am in the middle of a terrific book series, listening to the audiobooks. And then, BAM! The next book is on a wait list for weeks! WHA?ReplyDelete
So, I just emailed our library, to persuade someone to order if for me.
Hope it works!
“… Camelot” and “Dinners …” sound like two to go on my list!ReplyDelete
Another interesting selection. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete