Wednesday, November 13, 2013

What are you reading today?

I had a long day yesterday. Left home at 6:20 a.m., and didn't get back until 8 p.m. There's a reason I didn't finish my book. So, do you want to talk about what you're reading? I've just started E.J. Copperman's latest mystery, The Thrill of the Haunt.


What are you reading or listening to today?

15 comments:

Lois said...

I'm reading By the Time you Read This by Giles Blunt
for this Saturday's book group.

donna said...

I just finished reading "the Husband's Secret" which has gotten a lot of hype and I must say it was quite good. A lot of the time when a book is written up you are disappointed when you read it but this is not the case with this one. Quite good. I just started Vanishing Act by Thomas Perry which is not a new book but it was listed on an all time favorite mystery list - takes place in an area of upstate New York which I am familiar with and has to do with a woman who helps people who are in trouble disappear. So far so good!

SandyG265 said...

I just started reading Evil Dark by Justin Gustainis.

Lesa said...

I love a day when I get to see what other people are reading! Lois, Donna, and Sandy, thanks for writing. I'm most familiar with Thomas Perry's Vanishing Act. I did read that one. And, I know the title of the Giles Blunt book, but haven't read it. As I said, thanks again. I'm always curious.

Libby Dodd said...

I've finished the following in the last few days--
Transparent by Natalie Whipple Intriguing concept of people having unusual abilities, like being invisible.
Midsummer Night by Deanna Raybourne
Marvelous flashback to the main characters' eventful wedding.
The Sorceress (The Secrets of the Immortal Nichols Flamel) by Michael Scott
Book 3 of the series. Delightful entertainment
And I am presently reading
One Lucky Vampire: An Argeneau Novel by Lyndsay Sands
I particularly enjoy this series when Margarite is involved.

Cathy said...

I'm finishing Misery Bay, by Steve Hamilton - wonderful as is the entire series.

Page said...

I'm reading Fannie Flagg's new book The All Girl's Filling Station Reunion and Debra Webb's Ruthless

Lesa said...

My gosh, Libby! That's an impressive list of recent reading.

Lesa said...

Cathy, I bogged down in Steve Hamilton's series. I like the character, but find it too dark and depressing at times.

Lesa said...

Page, I'd love to know what you think about the Fannie Flagg book when you finish.

Sonia said...

I'm reading and enjoying The Lincoln Deception by David O. Stewart which is a mystery involving a doctor who becomes interested in finding out the truth behind Lincoln's assassination and if it involved a conspiracy. Can't wait to find out what theory the author came up with.

Carol N Wong said...

I have just finished reading "Promise to Return" by Elizabeth Byler Younts which is a historical amish fiction. It was good and told about the bad feeling against the Amish just before and during WWII. I learned that many youn men did leave to serve and that of course meant that they were shunned.

I am starting Anna Hope's Wake and that is about the friendship of three women after WWI in London, also historical.

Will try to sneak in a very short book this weekend before I start too very long book: Under One Roog, Lessons I Learned From A Tough Old Woman in a Little House".

Nancy said...

I'm about three quarters into The Thrill of the Haunt and enjoying it.So, Lesa, what do you think Alison is going to do with the room she's repurposing? I kind of thought it would become a dining room, but maybe not.

Leemarie said...

Enjoying "The Birth House" a 2009 book by Ami McKay about the clash of the old and the new and a midwife's challenges in rural Nova Scotia during WW I.

Karen C said...

I'm still so busy I can't see straight so it's taking me a long time to get through a book - regardless of how good it is. So, I'm still reading The Autobiography of Jack the Ripper by James Carnac.