As promised, another entry on the heels of the last….
The Gospel of Loki by Joanne M. Harris – I borrowed this as an actual book from the Boston Public Library. I had this for a really long time before I actually started reading it. It’s good and I liked it, but I like a lot of her other books much better. This tells the story of Loki the Trickster God of Norse mythology. If you have any interest in Norse mythology, I recommend giving it a whirl. I’m giving it 3 stars.
Death Before Decaf by Caroline Fardig – I received this as an e-book from the publisher via NetGalley. This is Java Jive #1. I really enjoyed this. It’s a good mystery. I did not have it figured out before the reveal, which in my opinion gives it extra brownie points. I thought the characters were great and amusing and well written. I would put this on the same general plane as the Stephanie Plum books, even though they are not quite on the same level of funny. I listened to this on the text to speech option on a fairly long road trip. It certainly kept me entertained. I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys a light mystery with some romance thrown in. I’m giving it 4 stars.
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie – I borrowed this as an actual book from my mum. This is a stand alone novel by the queen of mystery. 10 strangers are summoned to an island by an unknown host and then they are picked off one by one. Is there someone else in the house? On the island? Or is it one of the guests? You’ll have to read it to find out. I’m giving it 4 stars.
And there you go. Week 48. For whatever reason, the bold type isn’t working, but hopefully it is just this post that’s messed up.