Reflections on what I am reading

Cuthbert’s Way — Latest Read

My latest read was Cuthbert's Way by LJ Ross. This is book 17 in Ross's DCI Ryan series. This book is the second half of the story started in book 16, The Shrine. While many of Ross's novels can be read standalone, I would probably recommend reading from the beginning of the series.
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The Shrine by LJ Ross — Latest Read

My latest read was the Shrine by LJ Ross. This is the sixteenth book in the DCI Ryan series. It was a quick read, but enjoyable if you are a fan of the series.
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This Is How You Lose The Time War — Latest Read

My latest read was This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone. This 2019 novella is an epistolary story, a series of letters between the two main characters, Red and Blue. They are agents for two warring empires fighting a battle across time.
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The Last Campaign — Latest Read

Just finished The Last Campaign, the second book in Martin L. Shoemaker's Near-Earth Mystery series. I read the first book, The Last Dance, last year. Since I wasn't sharing each book I was reading then, I thought I would cover them both here.

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.

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.