Thursday, September 09, 2010

What I Read on My Summer Vacation

I started back on my monthly talks at the Cary Library today. We take summers off because I'm always busy at the daylily farm and the library is busy with kids out of school. We had a good group of folks ready to get back to talking about mysteries. I shared some of the great books I read while we were on hiatus. If you'd like the handout, click here. Let me know if you share my appreciation for any of these.

1 comment:

Bev Hankins said...

I haven't read any of these yet...but I do have books by Bill Crider (A Knife in the Back) and Charles Todd (The Murder Stone) on my TBR list. When I get to them, I'll post about what I think about these authors.