James (katsurian) wrote,

and another one gone

I finished The Lumby Lines by Gail Fraser today. It started out a little slow but kept moving along. One of those books that is engrossing while you're reading but can easily put it down and pick it up when you have the time to read again. Set in the small Northwest town of Lumby where everyone knows everyone else, Mark and Pam Walker move from the East Coast to restore an old monastery and turn it into an inn. But not everyone wants to see changes come to their small town and have their own ways to show it. I liked the characters and look forward to reading the next one.

I'm still reading Crusade by David Weber & Steve White amd am also reading Murderers Prefer Blondes by Amanda Matetsky.

Up next is either The Innocent Mage by Karen Miller or The Widow's War by Sally Gunning.

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