The Brass Verdict — Latest Read

The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly is the second book in the Mickey Haller series. Not sure if Haller draws you in the same way that Harry Bosch did, but both books have been ok reads and have book 3, The Reversal, downloaded to read next.
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Still Life by Louise Penny — Latest Read

I am getting caught up on both the Bosch and DCI Ryan series that I have been reading, so thought I would look for another mystery series. Louise Penny's Inspector Gamache series was recommended and available on KU, so I decided to check it out.
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Worry B Gone — This Friday’s Song

This Friday's song is Worry B Gone by Chris Stapleton from his 2020 album Starting Over. This performance is a recent appearance by Stapleton on Late Night with Seth Myers. The core message is reflective of many people's reactions to all the turmoil in the world. A "puff" won't be my personal solution, but hugs from my wife and son certainly will.

Citadel by Marko Kloos — Latest Read

Just finished up Citadel by Marko Kloos, book 3 in his Palladium Wars series. Kloss is known for his military science fiction Frontlines series. All three books have been quick reads. Kloos tends to leave each with key elements unanswered. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
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Fixer Upper Welcome Home — What We’re Watching

We signed up for Discovery+ to check out some of the shows being produced by Chip and Joanna Gaines under their new Magnolia Network brand. Their original show, Fixer Upper, was a favorite of ours and I have closely followed how they have built out their business and their brand.

Borderlands — Latest Read

Just finished Borderlands by LJ Ross, Book 14 in the DCI Ryan series. As always in a DCI Ryan story, this story features a stunning setting in Northumberland in the United Kingdom. This time the primary setting is the Otterburn Training Area, a military facility in the Northumberland National Park. The story highlighted the Cheviots, a range of rolling hills straddling the Anglo-Scottish border between Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.