Library Love is a recurring post in which I share each week’s bounty from my public libraries.
Well, y’all, I actually pulled in a fairly decent book haul, despite the fact that it’s been such a busy week! Yes, we’ve had many visits from friends, and many errands to run; we’ve visited family out-of-town and – of course – spent much time perusing the fireworks stands. I will confess: Independence Day is my least favorite holiday, because of all of the fireworks. I hate them. I spend the entire night lying awake, waiting for my house to catch fire. Alas, Poppie and The Boy go gaga over them, so I have to deal. This year I mostly just stayed inside and read my book. Is that un-American? Hope not… Here’s a look at this week’s haul, y’all:
- The Last Telegram by Liz Trenow
- Always Watching by Chevy Stevens
- The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair by Joel Dicker
- The Midwife of Hope River by Patricia Harman
- Don’t Go by Lisa Scottoline
- Keep Quiet by Lisa Scottoline
- Look Again by Lisa Scottoline
I loved The Forgotten Seamstress by Liz Trenow, so I rushed right out and snatched up her other book, The Last Telegram. I don’t know if you’ve picked up on my newfound love for Chevy Stevens, but in case you haven’t – I have a newfound love for Chevy Stevens. Thus, I’m on my third book (in a week) by her, Always Watching – can’t wait to read her most recent one, That Night! I also went on a bit of a Lisa Scottoline binge and grabbed Don’t Go, Keep Quiet, and Look Again – part of the collection of novels that veer away from her usual legal thriller genre. I’m going to be a busy reading mama for the next several days, that is fo sho, y’all! Hope you all had a great 4th of July. Until next time, Happy Reading!
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