Having returned David Baldacci's latest book to the library, I, as might be expected, borrowed a few more books to read. I am hoping to be able to read at least six (library) books this summer. (Our public library is doing a summer reading program for adults and that's the goal.)
This week's reads include one of the Saxon mysteries of Les Roberts (the something old...in this case, it is The Lemon Chicken Jones). I have read most, but not all, of Les Roberts' novels. There are a few of the earlier Saxon mysteries that I haven't read yet, but I figure I will finish them off eventually.
I also picked up one of Robin Cook's novels off the new release shelf (the something new...in this case, Foreign Body). I haven't read Robin Cook for quite some time. In the past, his medical thrillers have always been great reads so I expect nothing less with this one. As a pharmacist, I come from a medical background and I know just enough to scare me every time I read one of his, but regardless I can't resist.
Of course, I am still reading Anita Shreve's Resistance (the something borrowed). As noted in previous posts, I received this book from another bookcrosser. It took me some time to really get into the story, but I am getting there. My problem is that I alternately pick it up and then pick up the Roberts' book; the genres are so different, it is hard to choose one over the other (does that make me...the something blue?).
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