A BOOK IS BORN - JULY 2021

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A BOOK IS BORN - JULY 2021

1Carol420
Edited: Jun 23, 2021, 1:40pm



HAPPPY 245th BIRTDAY AMERICA!!!

A BOOK IS BORN – July 2021

JULY 1

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The Cook of The Halcyon – Andrea Camilleri
Inspector Montalbano series Book #27
For: Sergei – July 1

JULY 6


The Fallen - Linda Castillo
Kate Bunkholder Series Book #13 – July 6
For: Carol, Lynda, Eadie, Gayle, Andrew,& Brenda



Bone Code - Kathy Reichs
Temperance Brennan series Book #20 – July 6
For: Andrew



Silver Tears - Camilla Lackberg
Faye Adelheim series Book #2 – July 6
For:Carol & Andrew

JULY 13



The Cellist - Daniel Silva
Gabriel Silva series Book #21 – July 13
For: Sergei, Gayle, Andrew & MichaelColinFelix



The Heathens - Ace Atkins
Quinn Colson series Book #11 – July 13
For: ColinMichaelFelix

JULY 20



False Witness - Karin Slaughter- July 20
For: Eadie & Andrew



Black Ice - Brad Thor
Scott Harvath Series Book #20 – July 20
For: Andrew & Brenda



The Man With the Silver Saab - Alexander McCall Smith
Detective Varg series Book #3 – July 20
For: Andrew & Sergei

JULY 27


Unthinkable - Brad Parks – July 27
For:Eadie




MORE READS FOR EVERYONE!!

JULY 6

An Ambush of Windows - Jeff Abbott – July 6

The Bone Code - Kathy Reichs
Temperance Brennan series Book #20 – July 6

An Irish Hostage - Charles Todd
Bess Crawford series Book #12 – July 6

Kill All Your Darlings - David Bell – July 6

Silver Tears - Camille Lackberg – July 6


JULY 13

Such A Quiet Place -Megan Miranda – July 13

JULY 20

The Man With The Silver Saab - Alexander McCall Smith
Detective Varg series Book#3- July 20

JULY 22

The Crooked Shore - Martin Edwards
Lake District Cold Case series Book #8 – July 22


JULY 27

Not A Happy Family - Shari Lapena – July 27

Three Words For Goodbye - Heather Webb – July 27

2Olivermagnus
Edited: Jun 23, 2021, 3:48pm

I'm looking forward to The Fallen, The Cellist, and False Witness. I have had them all preordeed on Audible since the beginning of the year. I also am looking forward to Tell Me by Anne Frasier. I read the first one, Find Me and loved it.

You might like Find Me >1 Carol420:, if you haven't read it. (Convicted serial killer Benjamin Fisher has finally offered to lead San Bernardino detective Daniel Ellis to the isolated graves of his victims. One catch: he’ll only do it if FBI profiler Reni Fisher, his estranged daughter, accompanies them.)

3Carol420
Jun 24, 2021, 9:02am

>2 Olivermagnus: Find Me is on my hold list at the library. I think I'm #5 but they have 15 copies so I should get it long before the month is out. Did you sell your house in Holland? I'm going to miss you being in Michigan but I understand completely why you have to make this move. We're going to the Holland festival in August. I don't care so much about the festival but a local Irish group from up by Detroit...Blackthorn...are going to be playing at the Civic Center. It's been 15 months since I've seen Blackthorn so I'll take in part of the festival and see them.

4Olivermagnus
Jun 29, 2021, 8:54pm

>3 Carol420: Actually we changed our minds about selling. Daniel is still totally paralyzed on his right side but now that physical therapy is opening back up, he's shown some positive signs. My husband thinks he may not need us to be there as often as we think. Oliver and I can stay here all summer and he can fly back every 3-4 weeks. Then we will be in Arizona from October 1 - May 1.

We had so many people ask about the house, just from word of mouth. Everything is going within a few hours. Our neighbors sold their place earlier this year and had 17 over asking offers. The smart move is to sell, but we aren't that smart. We need to stay out of 119 temps this summer.

5Carol420
Jun 29, 2021, 9:06pm

>4 Olivermagnus: You sound pretty smart to me! 119 could just about cook you for dinner:)

6Sergeirocks
Jul 2, 2021, 5:08pm

And still the Camilleri books keep coming... 👍

I've yet to try McCall Smith's Detective Varg series. And I'm a bit behind in Silva's series - only got as far as book 4, ☺️.

7Carol420
Jul 2, 2021, 5:46pm

>6 Sergeirocks: The only thing I have read by Alexander McCall Smith was the Ladies Detective Society series. I think the Varg series is fairly new. I wonder if someone else is writing under Camilleri's name. This is the second one out since he dies.

8Sergeirocks
Jul 4, 2021, 6:16am

>7 Carol420: I'm guessing Camilleri either had several already written, or perhaps his translator, Stephen Sartarelli, would have enough of a feel for the character to carry on with the series - but I think he'd get his name on the credits if that was the case.
Whatever the situation, I think the series needs (deserves) to be brought to a natural conclusion; Insp Montalbano is getting on a bit, he must be reaching retirement age, so (short of killing him off - nasty and unsatisfactory ending) a natural ending would presumably have been on the cards at some point? Maybe Camilleri wanted to make sure this happened on his terms...

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