I have started a novel on the history of blues in Chicago, Windy City Blues, and almost finished a quirky novel, The Wangs vs. the World, but misplaced my copy just when I'm so close to finishing!
Three paperback arrivals.
A Certain Age by Beatriz Williams, a book of romance and scandal in the Roaring Twenties of New York.
Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones, a coming-of-age story of an lunlusual boy, an outsider.
Wilde Lake by Laura Lippman, a modern day twist of To Kill a Mockingbird.
I am finally reading more e-books from the library, using Overdrive to order online. There are several queued for me so I'll get them when they become available. Suits me fine as I can hardly read too many at one time!
On a sunny but cold day in Ohio, Cooking for Picasso, a novel by Camille Aubray, is wonderful company and hits the spot. The book is set in Picasso's heyday in the sunny, blue Mediterranean, on the Cote d'Azur.
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