When I received notice that Maze was reissued and the fourth story had been accepted for publication, I
For a good suspense read, let me recommend Hank Phillippi Ryan’s Agatha winning The Wrong Girl. I read her Mary Higgins Clark MWA winning The Other Woman last year and eagerly was awaiting this book. Then, I picked up the third book in the Skeet Bannon series written by Linda Rodriguez. Every Hidden Fear was published the week I took my reading vacation, I couldn’t put it down – each book only has hooked me on Skeet since Linda won the Malice Domestic Best First Traditional Mystery Novel Competition for Every Last Secret.
I wanted to get a little food and farm reading in so I turned to Edith Maxwell’s A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die which I followed with Leslie Budewitz’s Agatha winning Death al Dente. Food wasn’t my only companion during my reading excursion. I added a little comedy and romance with Kendel Lynn’s Board Stiff.
Much as I enjoy mysteries, I needed to spice up my life with a few good looking men so my bedtime reading was Robert Wagner’s Pieces of My Heart. Tonight, I’m snuggling up with Rob Lowe’s book, Love Life. I plan to read fast because tomorrow I’m giving myself back to writing.