Poet of Tolstoy Park, Sonny Brewer
Strangers on a Train, Patricia Highsmith
These Hills Are Made of Gold, Pam Zhang
Eight Perfect Murders, Peter Swanson
Nothing to See Here, Kevin Wilson
Born a Crime, Trevor Noah
Between Them, Remembering My Parents, Richard Ford
Two crime novels, one old, one new; two memoirs; three mainstream novels. I also read some scattered short stories. And I started at least four books I gave up on. I started one last night and gave up after 25 pages. It's usually the voice with me--just can't picture spending time with that person. Or the setting-in this case the Chicago World's Fair-I've been there already with Erik Larson (Devil in the White City). I will try it again in daytime. Sometime that has an affect on my reading.
How often do you put a book aside and then return to it?