The theme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl is about books with color in the titles. Join in – it’s fun to see what others are reading.
My introduction to Ann Cleeves was through the Shetland series. I have yet to complete that one as I have been devouring her Vera series. Here are two with color in the title.
Scarlett Feather, Lilac Bus and The Copper Beach by Maeve Binchy. I have read all of her books and she always delivers a story that transports me to Ireland. Gentle reading, nothing horrific in her prose.
Next up is a non fiction that I felt was way better than the televison series. Orange is the New Black by Piper Kerman The book bears little resemblence to the show. It’s a good nonfiction if you have an interest.
Crimson Snow edited by Marion Edwards is a collection of short stories, all set in winter.
Blue Monday by Nicci French. Book one in the Frieda Klein series. I started with book 6 I think. I really need to pay better attention to which books precede in a series!
That’s all I have this week. It was a hurried sort of gathering but I just can’t seem to resist the Top Ten posts. Fun stuff to do during what seems like an eternal lockdown.
I have some good books to post about upcoming. A friend sent me We Believe in Mermaids by Barbara O’Neil and I am just finishing up The Darkest Night by Jenny O’Brien. This is a series new to me aboout Welsh policewoman DC Garbriella Darin. I like it so far.
Also, I did just finish up The Silence by Susan Allott and I can say it’s one of the best books I have read this year.
I hope everyone is well and staying out of trouble!