Sunday, April 4, 2010

Caught and Underlife

A beautiful, warm Easter Sunday for a change.  Yesterday it got up to 80 degrees.  Amazing for early April in northern NH.  I spent some time sitting in the sun reading and trying to get a little color on my white legs.

Harlan Coben never disappoints.  I sped through this one because it's that kind of book.  Wendy is a TV journalist who exposes a pedophile on the air.  She quickly realizes that he was set up and she is determined to make things right. 

What is so cool about this book is that a couple characters from earlier Coben novels pop up in this one including Win from the Myron Bolitar series.

This is a book of poetry written by a woman I've "met" on different online poetry sites.  When I saw that she has a book published, I just had to buy it.  And I'm really enjoying the poems.  She talks about her childhood and the things that were going on underneath the outer layer of her life. 

I haven't finished it yet because I like to read a few then let them digest for awhile.  It's nice having it nearby to pick up whenver I want.


Darlene said...

I want to read Caught so bad. I agree, I don't think I've ever been disappointed in one of his books.

Happy Easter to you and your family! Did Kylie come for a visit to hunt for Easter eggs this weekend.

Literary Feline said...

Caught sounds like it will be great. I am glad you enjoyed it, Linda!

It's been ages since I read a book of poetry!

I am glad you enjoyed a nice Easter. We had a little earthquake in my part of the country.