The puppy is at the end of the post. Scroll past the annoying words if you must. (I understand). I've had TWO, yes TWO great finds recently. OK - I couldn't really "discover" something that is created, advertised, & sold by other people. But now I KNOW about them! So it's like self-discovery... except I think that's another thing completely. I should move on. Pudding. Trader Joe's Belgian Chocolate Pudding (You might wanna pick up 2)
BOOKS New-to-me cozy series The Sage Gardens Series by Cindy Bell
(Read the 1st 5 in 3 days. Now reading book 6 of 12)
It feels like a stretch for FOREIGN to describe Britain, but I'm going for it. For the prompt FOREIGN I'm using the 1st book from the Casual Christie Club: (which cover do you prefer? There are dozens more, if these don't suit you!)
Regardez! La version française - maintenant, c'est plus éstranger!
March Mystery Madness challenge #5 The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Dame Agatha Christie (#Iamnotworthy).
This is the first of her books & we meet M.Poirot. Club lead by my booktube crush, The Big-Haired Bookwork. This is a reread but it's been decades. (And is there a more yucky color than mustard? I don't think so...) sash
There are so many great historical mysteries. In fact, my selection for the SHELF challenge is set between the wars. Hmmm - I'll select an audiobook for this one. One already loaded to my phone. For the prompt HISTORICAL I'm going with
March Mystery Madness challenge #4 A Beautiful Poison by Lydia Kang.
The setting is New York City (1918-1919) - just past the gilded age & right in the midst of the influenza epidemic. It seems funny that this "historical" piece is about the year my sweet daddy was born (1919). I guess we all become history eventually, yeah? sash