Weekly Reading Round-Up
March 16th, 2018

Where on earth has this week gone? Between the Barbados book and final proofs (!!) for the next Three Ws’ book (more on that soon!), I’ve been reading the second DI Manon Bradshaw novel, Persons Unknown, in fits and starts.

But I have a lovely, large care package of books that was just sent to me by one of my very favorite people (hi, Vicki!), so I’ll hopefully have lots more to share soon. And now back to that Barbados book….

What have you been reading this week?



8 Responses to “Weekly Reading Round-Up”

  1. Karen Townsend says:

    I just finished The English Wife and loved it! I’ve also been reading Karen White’s Tradd Street series. She’s coming to my town in April. One W down, two to go!

  2. Heather H. says:

    I just finished “Heroine Worship” by Sarah Kuhn. It’s the second book in a trilogy about superheroines in San Francisco. It was breezy, fun, and just an all-around good read.

  3. Miss Eliza says:

    I just read “Murder, Magic and What We Wore” by Kelly Jones and it was a fabulously fun magical Regency Romp. Three’s really no comparison to other Regency books, because there’s a humor level kind of like Peter Sellers in The Pink Panther movies. So everyone should just go read it!

  4. Carla says:

    About to start A Winter’s Tale, by Trisha Ashley :) ” Sophy inherits a crumbling mansion in the beautiful Lancashier countryside!”

  5. Betty Strohecker says:

    Reading the latest Anna Lee Huber, A Brush With Shadows.

  6. Karlene says:

    Murder in an Irish Village by Carlene O’Connor.

  7. Lynne says:

    Just finished The Woman in the Water by Charles Finch and it was just wonderful. I heartily recommend his Charles Lenox series as one of the finest mystery series around – beautifully written and a pleasure to read.

  8. Susan says:

    Just devoured The Broken Girls by Simone St. James. Her best book yet! And I love all of her books.


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