Wow! It is so hard to believe that December is near half over and the year is coming to a close. I haven't blogged too much for Sunday Salon recently, without getting into details, I really missed this part of my week. Today I am finishing up reading The Yard Dog, by Sheldon Russell.
From the publisher:
A one-of-a-kind mystery, The Yard Dog opens in the final days of World War II, when the remote corners of the Great Plains hosted camps of German POWs captured in Europe. Near one such camp in Oklahoma, a one-armed railroad bull-a yard dog--named Hook Runyon keeps an eye out for hobos illegally riding the rails and thieves robbing travelers.
This week I finished reading a few books, Journeying by Barbara Fleming and The Crimson Rooms, by Katharine McMahon. McMahon also wrote The Alchemist Daughter, After Mary and The Rose of Sebastopol. I guess you could say I had a historical fiction kind of week.
I started to read No Wind of Blame by Georgette Heyer. This is my first time reading this author, so I am curious to see how I like her writing.
Since I have been reading all of your wonderful posts about Sookie, I found my copy of Living Dead in Dallas and plan to sink my teeth into that too. No, I didn't really say that did I? LOL
I guess I have an ambitious plan ahead, especially for me with school and the dogs, but I'm hoping for another snow day. The possibility looks good. How about you? What are your reading plans.