Time for another round of Bookshelf Traveling in Insane Times which was created by Judith at Reader in the Wilderness and is currently hosted by Katrina at Pining for the West. This may be the last one – I haven’t run out of bookcases but I think Katrina and I may have run out of steam. Today I am looking at a bookcase in my home office which includes some old and new titles. During the pandemic, however, I have mostly worked in the dining room where the Christmas tree is.On the left are crime novels by Jane Casey, whose detective Maeve Kerrigan is a big favorite with my sisters and me. I think we own all her books except the first two and a standalone but they travel between households, especially in the months before publication in the US. Many months ago, the Boston Globe asked for pandemic reading suggestions and I wrote in to suggest Jane Casey’s books. I was amazed to hear back five months later on a day when I hadn’t had time to unfold my newspaper that my letter had finally been published:
|December 13, 2020|
|Mary Burchell (Ida Cook)|
Do you have an author you consider a guilty pleasure? Does he or she get prime shelf space?