Monday, February 27, 2017

What's on My Nightstand - February 2017

It's been a long time since I've done What's on Your Nightstand.  I just keep forgetting to do it!  But let's change that this month, shall we?

Of course, these days, what's on my nightstand is a teaser a long way out.  For example, I'm reading The Silence of the Flans by Laura Bradford.  The book doesn't come out for a week, and I won't be reviewing it until March 9th.  I like to give myself plenty of lead time in case something comes up and I can't read like I normally do.  But I've got three book reviews coming up between now and then, A Dark and Stormy Murder, Bitter Harvest, and Gone with the Twins.

After that?  I'm going to be working on the Agatha Award nominees I still want to read, including Say No More, Design for Dying, and The Semester of Our Discontent.  That should keep me busy for a few weeks.


  1. All of those are new to me, I'll click the links to learn about them.

  2. Nothing 'new' on my nightstand, Mark. I guess the newest book is the Rhys Bowen mystery.

    I Lived to Tell It All by George Jones
    Deal Breaker (Myron Bolitar #1) by Harlan Coben
    Balthazar by Lawrence Durrell
    Queen of Hearts (Royal Spyness #8) by Rhys Bowen

  3. I would love to read the food-centric titles- I have three Joanna Fluke paperbacks in my closet, ready to read, but still haven't read them- guess I should pull them out!