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Happy Memorial Day.
I planted some squash yesterday and that will be all for this year. I have some yard work to do today and it's going to be around 86 degrees I think. It's almost too hot for me already. The veggies like the heat though.
I'm enjoying MERCY FALLS and have read quite a lot of it. I'm going to try THE FOUR CORNERS OF NIGHT by Craig Holden next and then I'll have to make a decision on what to read after that. I've been thinking about THE WOODS by Harlan Coben or THIRD DEGREE by Greg Iles. It will depend on what is available locally probably. There are some authors that I want to try that I've never read like Tom Rob Smith, David Ellis, Susan Hill, and some others.
Well, I'm heading for the yard work before it gets too hot......spinner
Squash, too? Lucky you! What kind of squash? Summer yellow, acorn, hubbard or something else?
All the authors you mentioned are new to my ears (and eyes)... Tom Rob Smith, David Ellis, Susan Hill... all new. So many books, so little time!
I'm glad you finally got Mercy Falls by William Kent Krueger. Even though it is a short book, I think it may be his best.
I began reading Tomorrow is Forever by Gwen Bristow last night. I'll have to check back on this thread and see who recommended this book to me. This is a love story set in WWII. And it was written at that time, too! Published in 1944, the story is interesting but the style and background of writing 64 years ago makes it truly enjoyable. Very dated expressions, mannerisms, etc. The person who told me about this book and author told me it was out of print and the library copy I have truly dates it! The pages are yellowing and the book is bound in "old library fashion" like a textbook. This is fun reading; I think it may be a chick's book.