Oh goody, a new China Bayles that I haven't read. It's like pulling on a well worn comfortable old shirt. This first little snippet, as always with Albert's books, makes me want to start a little shop somewhere & sell herbs in fragrant bundles. Ah...
Seemed too short a read today to really get into it - and the format of the days' offerings seem a little repetious to me - the beginning introduction and the end of the read are almost the same - seems one of them could be omitted and give us more of the "book" -
Can see why you all like this book - the way she writes just like she is telling me this info over a cup of tea in her kitchen - and think I am already in love with her husband - just the name "McQuaid" - tho it is his family name which he must share with his not so likeable mother - think this goes on my library list also -
I love mysteries and am always looking for a new author. I had not heard of this series before and I like it a lot so far. I will be looking for the previous stories so I can catch up. I agree, reading it is like sitting in the kitchen catching up with a friend. Good call on this one!