It’s always a good week when there are lots of books to read and to enjoy! You might notice a trend. Fair warning, I like mysteries. I actually LOVE a good mystery. So I read a lot of them. But there’s at least one non-fiction book in the midst of these mysteries. One must keep sharp, after all…
Here’s what’s on the “To Read” shelf this week:
Murder’s No Votive Confidence
by Christin Brecher
I haven’t read this author before, but I like the cozy mysteries that teach, and I’ve always been interested in candlemaking.
No Graves As Yet
by Anne Perry
Book 1 in a WWI mystery series featuring a Chaplain as a main character.
I’ve enjoyed other Anne Perry series, so I’m hopeful this one is a good one.
Man’s Search for Meaning
by Viktor Frankl
This is the only non-fiction book I’m reading this week. It’s considered a classic in psychology and the art of spiritual survival. I’m surprised I haven’t read it yet. Here goes.
I’m also reading a few other books that are “too old” for Kindle, so I am going to post a couple of links here in case you are curious. These are also mysteries.
by Ira Levin
Deathtrap is a play that was referenced in Eight Perfect Murders. I had to get a copy after my interest was piqued!
by Karen Kijewski
Copy Kat is #4 in a enjoyable older mystery series, with the main character a female private eye from Sacramento, California. I picked the series up as it was set in my hometown and I was curious. If you like Kinsey Malone in Sue Grafton‘s books, you ought to enjoy this series as well.
Well, that’s my ambitious reading list for the week!
I’ll let you know what I thought of these books as I get through them. In the meantime, if you have a recommendation, or if you try any of these, do let me know what you think. I’m always on the lookout for a good read.
Oh, and I’m on Goodreads too.