Sunday, August 10, 2014

How about some books?

I try to read a lot in the summer because reading time is so limited during the school year.  These are some of the books I've been reading this summer.

The Genevieve Lenard novels by Estelle Ryan (4 so far) are speedy, interesting reads.   They are mysteries set in the art world and the main character is, by her own description, high functioning autistic.  

I very much enjoyed Dragon's Triangle by Christine Kling.   It switches been World War II and present day telling the story of a woman and her grandfather and how their stories intersect.   I was engaged for the entire book.

Long Knives by Charles Rosenberg was my most recent read.  I stayed up late on reading binges a couple times enjoying this one.   It's the story of a law school professor who ends up framed for murder.   

The Barkeep by William Lashner was another quick mystery that kept my attention with twists, turns, and character development.

Seems I'm on a mystery and crime solving trail this summer.  I just started The Secret of Monument Valley by Mark Stephen Taylor.

If you're looking for a book to read I can recommend these!