This has turned out to be a week where I would have gladly dug a hole and pulled it in after me. Instead I retreated into a couple of good books. We all deal with grief in our own ways.
The publishers, at least as represented by what’s turned up on Netgalley and Edelweiss, are also in a bit of a lull. Or the calm before the storm. Insert your preferred metaphor here. It was a quiet week on both fronts. However, being my usual completist self, once I saw that Very Important Corpses was the third book in a series, I couldn’t resist getting books 1 and 2.
Death at St. Vedast (Bianca Goddard #3) by Mary Lawrence
Hungry Ghosts (Eric Carter #3) by Stephen Blackmoore
Lord of the Privateers (Adventurers Quartet #4) by Stephanie Laurens
Very Important Corpses (Ishmael Jones #3) by Simon R. Green
Borrowed from the Library:
The Lace Reader (Lace Reader #1) by Brunonia Barry