The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin (library) liked it
The Long Lavender Look by John D. MacDonald
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce (library) this is fiction, but let me tell you, if you want a book about walking and finding yourself, this was 100 times better than that Wild by Cheryl Strayed
Prince of Thieves by Chuck Hogan (library) This book was the basis of the movie, The Town. Very good, I 'll read more by this author
A Tan and Sandy Silence by John D. MacDonald
The Longest Way Home by Andrew McCarthy (library) So Andrew McCarthy has been a travel writer for publications like National Geographic Travel for years! Who knew?! A bit self-involved and whiny, but not any worse than the other brat packer books out there recently.
An Unmarked Grave by Charles Todd (library) I'm a fan, so I enjoyed this latest Bess Crawford mystery
Scarlet Ruse by John D MacDonald--working my way thru all of these in chronological order
Who Could That Be at This Hour by Lemony Snicket (library) love the vocabulary and references to other books
Double Cross The True Story of D Day Spies by Ben MacIntyre (library) This is the second book by this author about Spies during WWII that I have read and I really like this stuff!
American Ghost by Janis Owens (library)liked it. What Sharyn McCrumb or Margaret Maron do for Appalachia, Owens does for BackCountry Florida
The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker (library) YA dystopian book, I liked it. Sort of "Are You There God, It's Me Margaret" and the world is ending at the same time!
Point of Impact by Stephen Hunter This book was the inspiration for the movie Shooter, starring Mark Wahlberg
The Confession by Charles Todd (library) Inspector Ruthledge mystery -fans of Downton Abbey might enjoy these post WWI mysteries
The St. Zita Society by Ruth Rendall (library) I am a fan and enjoyed this one had an "upstairs downstairs" feel to it
19 books read this month
Now I know that some of you are fans of Goodreads and I had been on it a couple of years ago and did not use it and for one of my new years resolutions I thought I would go and start using Goodreads to keep track of my reading. Well, I spent one night trying to add some books and so forth and I got so frustrated that I said ," Nope, not going to do it". This must have been why I did not use it years ago. I did not find it all that user friendly. And I like to think of myself as pretty computer literate. But if you like it great! Just not my cup of tea.