I’m publishing my lists of books read for May and June together in this post. Since summer is here and there is lots of gardening to do and keep up with, I don’t have nearly as much time to read, so the lists are shorter.
If you could only read one of these books, I would recommend A Country Year by Sue Hubbell. She was a resourceful woman and a beautiful writer. I put this book back on my shelf, because I will want to read it again one day.
Books Read May 2020
1. Molly-Colin Butcher (Non-fiction)
The pet detective dog who searches for lost cats, and occasionally dogs and other animals.
2. Morning Comes Softly-Debbie Macomber
Southern librarian Mary answers an ad for a Montana rancher seeking a wife to help raise 3 orphaned children in his custody.
3. Table For Five-Susan Wiggs
School teacher Lily ends up helping raise her best friend’s three children after a tragic accident. The children’s uncle has custody and things turn interesting.
4. The Spirit of Covington-Joan Medlicott
Made it too page 79 and stopped. Not my cup of tea.
- Country Living- May 2017
Books Read-June 2020
1. Killer Crab Cakes-Livia J. Washburn
Phyllis agrees to look after her cousin’s Texas B & B, and the murders start taking place.
2. Fool For Love-Beth Ciotta
Chloe heads to Vermont after a breakup with her cheating boyfriend. She makes a new life with her new free spirit boss and finds unexpected love.
3. A Country Year-Sue Hubbell (Non-fiction)
The author makes her own life as a beekeeper in the Missouri Ozarks. She lives in a rustic wood heated cabin with her two dogs and enjoys nature and the seasons. Beautiful insights into the natural world.
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