Originally Posted by dreams
I'm popping in after a beautifully quiet afternoon on the patio during which I was able to enjoy a classic cozy mystery, The Window at the White Cat by Mary Roberts Rinehart
(also available in MobileRead's Patricia Clark Memorial Library
I enjoy reading about the differences in how things are handled from that era to this one. The whole surface politeness would be alien to many today, although I believe the political corruption and all-boys' club aspect hasn't changed over time.
It was worth putting off my laundry and cleaning to read this, but now I have to catch up with what I put off.
Originally Posted by WT Sharpe
I really loved that book, as I did the author's Topper. I may do a rare re-read one day, or maybe just delve into something else by Thorne Smith.
Originally Posted by HomeInMyShoes
Finished up Diane Duane's Deep Wizardry
which was a great story and just finished Charles Stross's Halting State
. A very entertaining read.
Thanks to you all! I've just added The Window at the White Cat
and Deep Wizardry
to my TBR.