March was a slow month for me. I had almost two weeks that I couldn't get into anything I was reading. (Of course it didn't help that I was watching basketball games throughout March Madness.) But, here's the list of books I read.
1. Getting Old is Murder by Rita Larkin - Gladdy Gold, a senior in a retirement village in Florida, suspects that recent deaths are murder.
2. A Case of Imagination by Jane Tesh - First Madeline Maclin mystery. Madeline, a beauty queen turned PI, investigates mysteries surrounding a beauty pageant and "haunted" houses.
3. The Blight Way by Patrick F. McManus - The outdoors writer turns to mysteries in the introduction of Sheriff Bo Tully and his father, Pap, the former sheriff of Blight, Idaho. These folksy sheriffs are smarter than they appear in the mystery of an LA man found shot in a pasture. Fun mystery.
4. Murder in Greenwich Village by Lee Harris - One of my favorite mystery writers brings back Jane Bauer's NYPD Cold Case Squad. Jane, a detective, and the group of detectives investigate the ten year old murder of an undercover cop who was tracing stolen guns.
5. A Year in the World by Frances Mayes - Five years of travel combined into one yar of travel writing and food.
6. The Sweet Golden Parachute by David Handler - In Dorset, CT, Mitch Berger & Des Mitry get mixed up in the murder of a local eccentric, Can Man, and family feuds.
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