Monthly Archives: August 2018

Amateur Sleuth

I was searching for some light reading when I discovered Peter Mayle’s detective series. I have read two of the books now and can’t say either one tickled my fancy. The stories, The Diamond Caper and The Corsican Caper are … Continue reading

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Turn coat

With the exception of what I thought was unnecessary explicit sex, A Single Spy by William Christie is a novel I enjoyed. It takes place during World War II. The main character, Alexsi, is an orphaned teenage boy who becomes … Continue reading

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If Only

The Best of Adam Sharp by Graeme Simsion is the story of a British man who meets and falls in love with a woman named Angelina while living and working in Australia. He is playing piano¬†¬†in a bar when he … Continue reading

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Shepherding His People

I am happy to report I finally finished reading the Mitford series novels by Jan Karon! These fine stories follow the life of an episcopal priest named Father Tim. He is a single, never married, religious leader residing in Mitford, … Continue reading

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