Good month for reading. Here are the brief summaries of the books I read in June.
Sunday Money - Jeff MacGregor - A year as the author and his wife packed up an RV and followed the NASCAR tour.
White House Nannies - Barbara Kline - True tales from a nanny service for D.C. elite.
Julie and Romeo Get Lucky - Jeanne Ray - When Romeo's back gives out and Julie's pregnant daughter ends up in bed in the living room, disaster follows.
Uncommon Grounds - Sandra Balzo - Maggy Thorsen, co-owner of a coffee shop, finds her partner dead on opening day.
Nickel and Dimed - Barbara Ehrenrich - Bestselling story of the author's attempt to work in 3 cities, and live on minimum wage.
Table for Five - Susan Wiggs - A schoolteacher and a playboy golfer take charge of 3 orphans.
Denial - Stuart Kaminsky - In Sarasota, FL, Lew Fonesca looks for a hit-n-run driver, and a nursing home murder victim.
Tears of the Dragon - Holly Baxter - During the Prohibition, in 1930s Chicago, Elodie Brown, a copywriter, witnesses a murder.
Marsh Madness - Caroline Cousins - Murder, marriage and meth in South Carolina Low Country.
The King's English - Betsy Burton - Terrific story of the adventures of an independent bookseller in Salt Lake City.
To Darkness and to Death - Julia Spencer-Fleming - The Rev. Clare Fergusson & Russ Van Alstyne start out looking for a missing woman, and end up finding tragedy.
Breakfast with Tiffany - Edwin John Wintle- Wintle, a gay artistic lawyer, takes in his troubled 13 year old niece.
Last Shot - John Feinstein - (YA) two teens win a basketball journalism contest, but end up investigating blackmail at the Final Four.
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