April 29, 2014

A Few Good Books II

We're coming into warmer weather when it's the perfect season for reading outdoors - in a park, up a tree, by the sea, on your patio, in a hammock whilst swaying in the breeze ... it's a season of reading! In fact just the other day I was at a major music festival here in the Southeast and sitting in front us was an older couple who had come totally equipped to enjoy a superb day of relaxation. Their comfy chairs, set on a tarp,  had umbrellas for the sun or sprinkles, a cooler of goodies offered double duty as a stool for their feet - a wagon set behind them full of other comforts from home including a few good books! Yes, had I had the camera with me, it would of been a perfect shot of reading out-of-doors as the man and woman both were engrossed in their books, heads swaying in time to the fiddling on the stage. There was no doubt they were blissfully content.
Books you may enjoy in these times:

Any selections from Davis Bunn are superb ... he is master storyteller as well as spot-on historian. His adventures keep you spellbound.
211381: Marc Royce Series, Volumes 1-3 Marc Royce Series, Volumes 1-3

By Davis Bunn

700776: Priceless Series, Vols. 1-3 Priceless Series, Vols. 1-3

By: Davis Bunn

I've devoured many books by Dee Henderson so, know I'm in for a good adventure as soon as I open the covers and begin to read ... I'm sure you won't be disappointed with either of these. Espionage, a little romance, some great moral lessons and enough suspense to keep you on the edge of your seats.  
211713: Unspoken Unspoken

By Dee Henderson

Once the center of the most famous kidnapping in Chicago history, Charlotte Graham changed her identity and moved away---taking a dark secret with her. Now a family issue has brought her back to the Windy City, where she meets coin dealer Bryce Bishop. Will a crime the police thought was solved become an open case again?
212437: Undetected Undetected

By Dee Henderson

Commander Mark Bishop is deliberately low-key: "I'm in the Navy." But commanding the ballistic missile submarine USS Nevada, keeping her crew trained and alert during ninety-day submerged patrols, and being prepared to launch weapons on valid presidential orders, carries a burden of command like few other jobs in the military. Mark Bishop is a man who accepts that responsibility, and handles it well. And at a time when tensions are escalating around the Pacific Rim, the Navy is glad to have him.

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