Well, here we are again. I had a pretty good reading week, all things considered.
No new books this week. But since I only have the book I'm reading and one other, I'd better get cracking this week or I'll be screwed. Of course, I still have scads of hardcopies books to read, so not totally screwed. LOL
5) The Preacher's First Murder by KP Gresham (1/12/21) - Mystery*# - 4 stars. New to me and while it has plenty of ratings, it's underappreciated as far as reviews go. Free off the Amazon Top 100 Free list.
Review: "Pretty interesting mystery with plenty of good characters, an intriguing premise, and a satisfying resolution."
4) Murder in White Lace by Karen Sue Walker (1/11/22) - Mystery* - 3 stars. New to me but not underappreciated. Free off the Free Kindle Books Facebook page.
No review. (In case you're new here, I don't review books with less than 4 stars. I rarely finish books if I don't think I can give them at least 4 stars. Why harsh some poor writer's day? The only reason I even rated it was so it would show up in my Books Read category and I'd get credit for reading it. I put in the work, after all.)
3) The Light of Western Stars by Zane Grey (1/9/22) - Western! - 5 stars. Neither new to me nor underappreciated. I picked this one up at the thrift store for 50c.
Review: "What a magnificent story. Grey outdid himself with this one. Action, adventure, unrequited love, a hero redeemed, sweeping descriptions that make the reader feel as though they are right in the thick of it all. Plus a sweet surprise near the end. So much awesomeness."
!Available in audio.
1/14/21 - suspense. Free. Meh, it was so loaded with backstory, it felt like a book 4 instead of a book 1, which made it not very suspenseful. Maybe it was a new series based off another series and I missed it. :shrug: I don't have time to worry about it.
Currently reading... a suspense. The last ebook leftover from 2021.
What was your reading week like?