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Vacation… and Lots of Reading

I’ve just returned from Mexico and managed to read a couple of books while I was away. None of them were the ones I was supposed to read, but vacation is for fun, and there were some books I was anxious to read so…..

Expect updates about Jonathan Kellerman’s Victims and Carol O’Connell’s Chalk Girl soon. I’m 65% (thank you, Kindle) through Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children at the moment, and enjoying it very much….

As soon as I scale the laundry mountain and get my work schedule sorted out, I’ll give  you some thoughts about my current reading list….

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Mystery by Jonathan Kellerman

This is Kellerman’s latest entry in the Alex Delaware series of mysteries. He and his absolutely non-stereotypical gay cop friend, Milo, work on unusual murder cases together. This wasn’t my favorite of the series, but overall, not bad. You might want to wait until the eBook price drops or it comes out in paperback – depending on how you roll. You won’t be disappointed, but it’s not winning any prizes either.

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