Y’all are going to be soooo proud of me. Four – that’s right, four – of this week’s library books are actual books, as in physical, hold-in-your-hand, paper-and-ink books. Is that progress or what? Pathologically Literate = 1, OCD = 0. Now, I haven’t necessarily read them yet, but it’s all about the baby steps, right? It helps that two of them are brand-new items, and the other two are only a couple of months old, so there’s less chance of gooberage inside. So, we’ll see how I do and I’ll fill you in next week. In the meantime, let’s take a look at the awesome haul I pulled:
- Accused (Rosato & Associates, #12) by Lisa Scottoline
- Killer by Jonathan Kellerman
- Loteria by Mario Alberto Zambrano
- Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall
Loteria and This is Where I Leave You have both been on my TBR list for ages, and I’m so glad that I’m finally going to be crossing them off the list. Loteria, especially – I’ve been very intrigued by chatter I’ve heard about it. I really enjoyed the last Jonathan Tropper book I read, so I’m hopeful that This Is Where I Leave You will keep the momentum going. Two of my “secret pleasure” series have new books out, so I’m looking forward to reading both Accused and Killer – even though I’ve drifted away from that thriller/mystery genre, there are still five or six authors/series I continue to follow faithfully. Last but not least, there is Whistling Past the Graveyard – I’m super-anxious to read this one! It sounds like it would be just a wonderful book – I hope my expectations aren’t too high. Because that never happens. Never. Ever. I’m so happy with the books I found this week – I hope that if you made it to the library this week, you found some good reads, as well. Until next week, y’all, Happy Reading!
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