I have to count this as the best Lirac‘s I have read so far. It‘s not just a damned good locked room mystery, it‘s a really great police procedural. As always, Lorac‘s descriptive abilities are exceptional. With vivid detail, she paints the slowly decaying Wulfstane Manor, and then, with a few phrases, she brings the English countryside to life. She creates a plot that is clever, filled with detail that keeps you riveted. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
“She ran down the path, nearly tripping over a small rosebush in a pretty blue container at the entrance to the dock. A rosebush! She‘d never loved cut flowers because they died, and she couldn‘t remember if she‘d ever mentioned that to Harley, but she must have.”
this is me rn trying to figure out how this app works…
also, i‘ve finished the normal people book yesterday and immediately had to watch the show. i really like it, absolutely recommend. the photography‘s amazing, mainly in the scenes on the italian summer. #normalpeople
Still working my way through this chunkster, I finally made it to the third section yesterday 😮
It still reads a little like a history book, but I‘m gonna keep trying to finish.
Also please welcome my delightful co-worker who just joined Litsy and give her a follow @Sunspeckled
While on our reading retreat, @HOTPock3tt and I were being Litsy ambassadors and trying to recruit our fellow retreaters… I‘m excited that our new reading buddy Phyllis has joined!
Everyone please welcome @Gladly to Litsy!
Phyllis, if you check out my friend @Chrissyreadit she has a link on her profile with lots of good Litsy info. Also may want to follow @LitsyEvents 😃
Everyone here is so great—I hope you love it!
This is my #weeklyforecast 😁
I hope to finish “L'antico Egitto“ by T. Wilkinson and “Il transfert, il dono, la cura“ by M. Fabbri for the #bigjunereadathon , as well as keep reading “L'amore nell'ebraismo“ by C. Chalier and “La banalità del bene“ by E. Deaglio for the same challenge and #bookspinbingo and #americanhistoricalassociation2022readingchallenge as well as #ayearofjewishreadingchallenge
@Cinfhen @TheAromaofBooks @Clwojick
Yes, it's true, I'm a huge Abby Wambach fan, so I know I'm bias. HOWEVER, this book was truly wonderful with great lessons that I need to bring into my life.
Also, my IRL friend @asteroig just joined Litsy!! She's a triple threat: smart, funny, and loves to read!! 5/5 would recommend her friendship. #WelcomeToLitsy #LitsyWelcomeWagon