Harriet Vane, a Dorothy Sayers creation, is almost my favorite detective. Recently, however, and quite by accident, I rediscovered Agatha Christie. I never saw her as funny when I read her many years ago. Last night, I chuckled at MURDER AT THE VICARAGE. I had to read a later humorous paragraph to my husband. Digging this morning, I found several dusty Christies stuffed on that second (behind the first) line on bookshelves in the den. Sneezing, I retrieved two singles and a set. We love Michael Connelly and the O'Shaunessy sisters and Lee Child, etc., but I have never before appreciated Agatha Christie. Eye-opening to find something I've been missing
Sharon Ervin, author of CANDLESTICKS, coming June 16.
Causes Sharon Ervin Supports
Hospice, Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army, St. Jude's Children's Hospital