Monday, May 25, 2015

What's on My Nightstand - May 2015

With the holiday today, I almost forgot to do my What's On My Nightstand post for the month.  Can't have that, now can we?

I am currently half way through Death of a Chocolate Cheater by Penny Pike (aka Penny Warner).  This is the second Food Festival Mystery, and I'm enjoying it.  The beginning was a bit slow, but it's really picked up.

On deck is Truffled to Death by Kathy Aarons, the second in her Chocolate Covered Mysteries.  I read the first a few months back and enjoyed it, so I'm really looking forward to this one as well.

After that, I've got Farmed and Dangerous by Edith Maxwell.  No chocolate, and the third in a series.  See, I'm mixing it up.

Meanwhile, I'll be listening to A is for Alibi by Sue Grafton on audio while I drive to visit family.

From there?  I'm not completely sure what I will be reading the rest of the month.  I have a list of books I'm hoping to get to, including the next Trixie Belden to read and review, but I just haven't decided what I'll grab next.

4 comments:

  1. I see you were/are at Epinions -- now there is a memory! I wrote there, years ago. Didn't even know they were still out there! Anyway, you sound like a mystery fan. That's a genre I've read very little in, but what I have read (mainly a few Agatha Christie) I have enjoyed.

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    1. Actually, Epinions isn't out there any more. Sad but true.

      Yes, I do love mysteries. It's not for everyone, but I've fall into the genre and I can't seem to get out. (Not that I'm trying that hard.)

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  2. Reading about lots of chocolate sounds like fun. Hope you don't get hungry! Happy reading!

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    1. Both of the books have been making me very hungry. I guess it's a good thing I've got a farmer as a main character in that next book.

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