Well... I declined to read the last book club book. Cold Sassy Tree by Olive Ann Burns. I read twenty pages and it seemed so stereotypical of the South and not in a good way. I just couldn't make myself read anymore. There are so many more things I really want to read. Which brings me to Sue Grafton. I've read everything she's written as it has come out. My daughter had all of (or almost all of) Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone series in archive on the Kindle. I had reread A through C within the last couple of years because I had given them to a friend to read when she was going through a tough time. Of course I had to read them first before I handed them off to her - they were second hand from Half Price books. I thought they might distract her for a little while. Anyhoo, so I picked up with D and have read through to M. That's where I am right now.
I'm thinking I will put Sue down for awhile. I'm getting to the point where the stories are starting to get familiar. (because it hasn't been too long since I read them.) I have a new Henning Mankell I've been saving. It's not a Kurt Wallander story but I'm thinking it should be pretty good. At least, I hope so. Well, TTFN.