I have a terrific cup at work that the former library director gave me. I can write on it, and erase it. It
says, "Today I'm reading...", and one of my co-workers expressed surprise at how often the title changes. I told her that's because I read fiction, and she reads nonfiction, and it takes longer to get through a nonfiction book. I did warn her I probably wouldn't finish my current book yet, and I was right.
Today I'm reading...Les Roberts' The Ashtabula Hat Trick. Cleveland PI Milan Jacovich accompanies his girlfriend, a police detective sergeant, to Ashtabula County in Ohio, where a small police force can't cope with a string of murders. It seems they also have a hard time dealing with interracial dating, as evidenced with the surprise when Milan and Tobe show up together. Queenstown isn't really far from Cleveland, but the racist attitudes are miles away from what Milan and Tobe are used to. And, along with Milan's employee, K.O., they find themselves facing an uncooperative community.
So, I'm reading a detective novel set in Ohio. What are you reading today? I'd love to know!