Archive for March, 2019

Walk with Me – Turn Left

Today I did walk left. Really. Yes, it was not far, to the post office, but oh, the treasures, even the bills were interesting. One bill was for $3.93 for traveling on a highway where a camera from Orwell’s 1984 took a picture of my car. I paid it while wondering how long it will be before other cameras charge us for photography. Check the walls in your restrooms.

Now, I wish to review a recently read novel, Uneasy Lies the Crown by Tasha Alexander. Fantastic. Five Stars. Alexander has been a favorite author of English History Fiction since her first book, And Only to Deceive. Emily and Colin Hardgraves assist the new Edwardian king, Edward VII, in solving a series of gruesome murders. I particularly like her smooth transitions between her story line and the characters’ historical family background.

Alexander did not disappoint. Her characters, plot, and descriptions are brilliant. I am looking forward to reading more about Colin and Emily and my second favorite homeland.

Our lovely UPS lady just delivered Deanna Raybourn’s newest, A Dangerous Collaboration. I would start reading right this minute, but there appears to be a controversy in the laundry room. Mr. Whirlpool doesn’t approve of his matching dryer. Ah, life is rough.

Enough! 

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