Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Stumps and stories
Recovering from a muscle pull in my back has kept me close to home the last few days.
Enough I cried today. It's a lovely day for a walk.
The leaves are almost done. It's crunchy underfoot. Stumps make interesting pictures.
Thankfully I had a good pile of library books to keep me reading.
BURY YOUR DEAD: Louise Penny Latest is the Chief Inspector Gamache/Three Pine mysteries set in Quebec. Good as they come.
THE LAST TALK WITH LOLA FAYE: Thomas H Cook The first by Cook I've read and it was a page turner. I'm glad I resisted the temptation to peek at the ending.
AT HOME: Bill Bryson Prompted by his current home in England, a fun read of facts and interesting bits of history.
WORTH DYING FOR: Lee Child Still not tired of Jack Reacher and his adventures.