My book this week is A Tale of Two Biddies, the second in the League of Literary Ladies Mysteries by Kylie Logan.
This series is about four ladies who are in a book club reading classic books who find mysteries that mirror the books they are reading. In this case, all references to Dickens are intentional.
Take the first sentence, for example.
"It was the best of thymes, it was the worst of thymes!"
Pretty obvious and pretty fun, right? Page 56 doesn't have anything that obvious, but it does contain this intriguing conversation:
"Know what I've told them."
"And you've told them?"
"What I want them to know."
Interested in learning more? I just happen to have reviewed the book yesterday.