It’s kind of a short stack this week, which is making me think WAY too much of pancakes. Mmmmm, maybe breakfast for dinner would be a good idea…
Back to books, always a delicious topic.
The Meiji Guillotine Murders is officially the furthest out book I have, not just on this list but AT ALL at the moment. It won’t be published until June, 2024. Seriously. I found out about this book through a review in First Clue, a terrific blog/newsletter specializing in reviews of new mystery and crime fiction.
I picked up the Star Trek books after yesterday’s review, because I know I’ll get around to them sooner or later. Now that they are on my radar, more likely sooner but we’ll see.
There’s not much to choose from in this stack, but the prettiest cover looks to be To Slip the Bonds of Earth, which from the description isn’t half as ethereal as either the title or the cover might lead one to believe. It’s the first book in a historical mystery series featuring Kathryn Wright, the younger sister of Wilbur and Orville, as an amateur detective in the early years of the 20th century. Potentially a LOT of fun!
Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
The Collectors (Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations #3) by Christopher L. Bennett
Shield of the Gods (Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations #5) by Christopher L. Bennett
Time Lock (Star Trek: Department of Temporal Investigations #4) by Christopher L. Bennett
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