On "The Well and the Mine" by Gin Phillips-
A great read that depicts community, love and nurturing family manners found in Alabama within the 1930's. Suspense and mystery are also alluring elements found throughout the novel.On "Cereus Blooms at Night" by Shani Mootoo-
A disturbing tale. Breaches all boundaries of gender, bedroom preferences and familial functionality. A story of abandonment and love interspersed with colorful Caribbean dialogue. Evokes emotions from laughter to sadness to disgust.On "Life Would Be Perfect if I Lived in that House" by Meghan Daum-
A memoir of the author's search for the perfect house of her dreams. Writing style is kind of 'hyperactive'.On "The Last Detective" by Robert Crais-
Good summer read.On "The Walk" by Richard Paul Evans-
A story of inner strength to wholeheartedly live life - even when all seems lost. One never knows who or what may be waiting.On "Committed" by Elizabeth Gilbert-
I'm 3/4 thru the book. So far what I read- Liz did a good job in researching what is marriage. My take is that this book may help to understand and reason what marriage is about. Good insight on the subject.On "The Last Refuge" by Chris Knopf-
Good mystery, Connecticut author!
I have to say good-bye for now. Please take care and I wish you all happy book journeys!