A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny

I love Penny’s Gamache series and this one was even better than the last couple. Gamache has taken the position of Commander of the Sûreté academy, the last bastion of the corruption that has plagues the Sûreté and a place to stop the corruption in its earliest stages, with the training of …

A Midsummer’s Equation by Keigo Higashino

Higashino might be one of my favorite authors. A Midsummer’s Equation is the fourth of his mysteries I’ve read I’ve read. It’s the third Detective Galileo translated into English but the 6th in the series. It doesn’t matter; the ones I’ve read definitely stand-alone. As the blurb above says, Manabu Yukawa is at …

Happy and Merry: Seven Heartwarming Holiday Essays by Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella

I admit it – I judged this one based on the cover. It was cute and Christmassy and the library had the audio available for download, so I picked it up. I thought it’d be a fun, light short listen. It was short, but I think I just must not …