Grin and Bear-
Just a fun cozy read. Recently separated but prior to her divorce the main character finds out her husband was up to something more than an affair. To claim her insurance money she'll have to be cleared of wrongdoing.
I've like Anita Shreve's other works but this on was just ok. The Pilot's Wife was the first of hers I read probably with Oprah's book club in the 90's. Sea Glass is another favorite. This one was a bit fractured and just not flowing for me but the story was solid. Maybe wrong timing for me.
Recommended on a health podcast this book explains many studies related to longevity and then makes recommendations for eating choices, lifestyles, and the Fast Mimicking Diet.
Following On What Grounds and Through the Grinder, Latte Trouble was fun to listen on audio. The Coffeehouse Mystery series spins enough coffee love into the stories to make you thirsty and the series details are coming along quite nicely with relationships and community togetherness. Another murder by coffee was entertaining and I look forward to the next!
A staff book club read, The Feather Thief covers so much! From the opening story of theft to the underworld of feather use this novelized adventure is an adventure in itself. Enjoyable, entertaining, and educational a must read.
Murder Under Cover-
I read all of Carlisle's cozies and this is #4 in the Bibliophile series. I listened to some of it and I read the paper back some of the time. I'm not a big fan of the audio version. I enjoyed reading it more. I love that this series talks about book binding and murder and mayhem. The series is very fluid but not distracting. Another fun read by Carlisle.
Hope Never Dies-
The book for those who enjoyed the bromance between Obama and Biden, Hope Never Dies is witty, fun, suspenseful, and just flat entertaining. I'll read every book this guy writes. Clever.