I have some re-reading again in my pile this month, plus books from the library.
It’s been almost three months since our local library closed due to covid-19, and I’m ecstatic about having materials available again. Granted, it’s only curbside pickup at this point, which means we need to place a hold and schedule a pick-up time. It’s very much not instant gratification; nevertheless, it’s the library! Available! Again!
Anyway, some of the books, from left to right, are: Fortune’s Pawn, Honor’s Knight and Heaven’s Queen by Rachel Bach, plus The Murder at the Vicarage and The Regatta Mystery and Other Stories by Agatha Christie, and, finally, Sixteenth Watch by Myke Cole.
I’m still waiting for a book order to come in, so next month has the beginnings of a good lineup, too.
Have you encountered something worth recommending recently?