Books 46 And 47 For 2013

Here are two more books to add to the completed book list for 2013.

“The Search” by Nora Roberts and “Deadly Decisions” by Kathy Reichs.

The past few weeks have been a little stressful, so I have found myself returning to the In Death series. I’m not sure why, but I find the books interesting and easy to read when stressed. So, in between reading “The Search” and “Deadly Decisions”, I’ve begun to re-read the “In Death” series.

“The Search” is about a woman named Fiona, who runs a dog training school and volunteers for search and rescue missions. Fiona has moved to a small community to escape her past and make a life for herself. all is going as planned until one day she receives a red scarf in the mail and the FBI shows up.

I loved reading about fiona and her dogs. It was interesting to read about the training of search and rescue dogs. the other parts of the book were just bonuses.

“Deadly Decisions” is the third book in the Temperance Brennan series. Brennan has been called back to Montreal early. there have been a high number of motorcycle gang related killings and Brennan has been asked to sort through the remains of two gang members who were victims of a car bombing. While sorting through the various pieces of bones, Brennan learns of a young girl who was also killed in the bombing. the girl’s death sparks a need within Brennan to become more involved in finding the perpetrators and bringing a close to the senseless gang violence.hh

Comments

  1. BS”D
    I started to read the Temperance Brennan series last year after I read your post about it! Very good series! Which format do you read books in?

    • Brooke, Cessna, Canyon & Rogue says:

      I have been reading a lot of ebooks lately. I have both iBooks and Voice Dream Reader on my iPhone, so have been reading books in both epub and txt formats. I sometimes read books in Braille as well, but lately it’s been easier to find ebooks, so I’m able to read popular and recently released stuff, instead of waiting over a year to read something.

      What format do you read most of your books in?

  2. BS”D
    I’ll look up if some of my favourite Swedish writers have been published in some of that formats since we’ve the same taste of books. I’ll try out e-books since I’ll become better to read in Braille. In Sweden, books in Daisy format are the big thing. I love audio books but that’s because I’ve dyslexia so it doesn’t take so much enerrgy.

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