Well, hello there! Here we are again. It was a better reading week this week than last. Until Thursday when a dead limb jumped up and smacked me in the face, scratching the bridge of my nose and making wearing glasses a tad uncomfortable. Reading shouldn't be uncomfortable, doncha know. :shrug:
The only new thing I picked up this week I've already read - see #107 below. I still have 4 unread ebooks from November - paranormal mystery, romance, technothriller, and SF - and another I'm currently reading.
107) All the Snake Handlers I Know Are Dead by Dennis Danvers (12/4/19) - Paranormal Romance*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated. Picked this up for 99c on the recommendation of a friend.
Review: "Interesting little story. Definitely different with an unexpected twist. I was a little sad it was so short."
106) Past Due by Richard Stockford (12/2/19) - Mystery*# - 5 stars. New to me and underappreciated. Picked this up for free off the Book Adrenaline newsletter.
mystery tying past to present, and a string of new bodies for the
present detective to investigate. I really enjoyed this one. Good
characters and an intriguing premise with a different sort of
tale-telling than your typical whodunnit."
105) The Flaw in All Magic by Ben S. Dobson (12/1/19) - Fantasy Mystery* - 5 stars. New to me but not underappreciated. Snagged this one from the ENT newsletter for free.
was a most excellent book. I loved the whole fantasy/mystery angle. I
loved the characters and the plot and the setting. Totally enjoyable
read. I'll definitely be looking for more in this series and from this
Currently reading... A supernatural thriller I picked up for free. The start was kind of wordy and not that thrilling. It got better, thank goodness. I'd still call it a paranormal suspense rather than a supernatural thriller, though. We'll see if it holds up. (Update 7:30a: Nope. Didn't hold up. It'll be on next week's DNF list.)
What have you been reading this week?