This week, I'm reading Fillet of Murder by Linda Reilly.
This is the first in a series that came out a few months ago, but I'm finally getting to read it. I'm just over half way done, so I'm making good progress.
Here's how it begins:
"Don't do it, Bea. He's not worth it." Talia Marby clamped her hand firmly around her employer's wrist, preventing Bea from pitching a chunk of fresh haddock at the man on the opposite side of the counter.
And jumping ahead of page 56, let's go with the first couple of sentences from the page:
For the second time that day, visions of a wardrobe designed around a single color scheme - orange - flashed through Talia's head. "Jill, we have got to get out of here."
And that's it for this week. Hope you have a fabulous weekend.