July Virtual Meeting

Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie

Edge of Black (can’t remember the author) about a forensic pathologists trek to stop a domestic terrorist  (a romantic suspense novel)

Just started “Saving Grace” another romantic suspense novel  a women get amnesia in a car wreck as she is leaving her husband and as she puts the day of the wreck back together it doesn’t make sense (she quit her job that she loved, left her husband-telling him she was having an affair, and one of her suitcases recovered in the wreck contains $10K in cash all of which is 100% out of character).

I haven’t been reading much this summer—but I do have Janet Evanovich’s newest book to read this weekend.  It’s Number 21 in her Stephanie Plum series.  VERY light reading in one or two sittings.

A great movie is “Chef”.  I doubt if it’s still in the theaters, but it was a sweet, funny movie about a chef who wants to be more creative and starts a traveling food truck.  Definitely worth seeing.

I went to the movie The Fault in Our Stars.  The movie stays true to the overall story of the book, though some of the details are a little different.  I enjoyed the movie just as much as the book.

If you like historical fiction, I really enjoyed Mary Lancaster's A Prince to be Feared.  The book is based around the life of Vlad the Impaler with no mention of vampires. 

Maeve Binchy's husband published the short stories he found after her death in a collection titled Chestnut Street.  As always, she gets right to the heart of family, friends, and what's important in relationships.