As I looked around other blogs it popped up here and there including Bernadette’s Reactions to Reading with some variations from the original.
With this post I join the meme:
1.) The book I'm currently reading: Mr. Clarinet by Nick Stone. The book has been on my TBR pile for a long time. It is off to a fascinating start with former Miami police officer, Max Mingus, just out of jail, getting ready to travel to Haiti to pursue a kidnapped child.
2.) The last book I finished: The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen. The book had been highly recommended by mand and was an excellent book. As the plot unfolded I found myself accelerating the reading pace to see what was going to happen next in the book. I will be putting up a review later this week.
3.) The next book I want to read: The Bushman Who Came Back by Arthur Upfield. I have already read two of the Napoleon Bonaparte series this year and enjoyed them. The book has been tantalizing me for some time sitting there anxious to be read.
4.) The last book I bought: The Secret Speech by Tom Rob Smith. As Child 44 was at the top of My Best of 2010 for Fiction I am looking forward to reading this book.
5.) The last book I was given: The Goodbye Man by Chad Barton. I wrote a trio of posts about the vigilante killer featured in the book. I found it a challenge to write about a character whose actions are contrary to my beliefs in our system of justice.
6.) The last book I borrowed from the library: An easy answer as it is Murder on the Matterhorn by Glyn Carr. My review is the post below this post.
7.) The most recent e-book read: I am not reading e-books for pleasure. All day I read documents and court cases at the office and do not want to read more off a screen when I come home.
It has been a fun meme.