There are a whole bunch of new books I’ve been wanting to read (Meredith Duran’s A Lady’s Lesson in Scandal, Loretta Chase’s Silk is For Seduction, Tana French’s Faithful Place), but I’m saving them to use as bribery later in the summer, so, instead, I’ve been back to some old comfort reads.
— Donna Andrews, Murder with Peacocks.
One of the best madcap comedies out there. Watch out for Uncle Horace in his gorilla suit.
— Barbara Michaels, Vanish with the Rose.
A gentle Gothic with just a frisson of the supernatural.
— Barbara Michaels, Houses of Stone.
A Gothic… about someone who studies the gothic. Set in sweltering summer in the South, this is a traditional summer read for me.
What have you been reading?