This Week in Reading #2

I’m still reading through Peter Robinson. I read The First Cut, which wasn’t an Inspector Banks novel. I was disappointed about that. The novel was clearly written more than ten years ago, so although interesting, it was definitely an older book. I liked it well enough but it won’t go down as a favorite. I …

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An Unexpected Stop

Zari A wanted to stop outside Seattle.  She kept getting a hit from something east of the road. I followed the highway east only to find that she wanted to keep going.  Zari A knows about nature spirits and she was sure this one was awake.  She is an ever curious companion.  Normally she’s smart …

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And on to Milwaukee

Driving up through Chicago to Milwaukee I am surprised at how close Chicago is to Wisconsin. I forget every time I visit. I expect the long drive from Portland to Seattle but I end up with an hour or so drive. Dennis drove, following the directions of the GPS, which has the intense desire to …

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