In Paradise Valley, C. J. Box provides closure to previous a novel. Although the story line starts extremely slow, worth pursuing to the end. Good triumphs over evil but a C.J. Box reader already knew that. Look forward to future books featuring Cassie Dewell.
The central character is not Harry Bosch or Mickey Haller. Here Michael Connelly introduces his readers to a female protagonist, Renée Ballard. Although quirky Renée is one tough woman, however, she might be carrying a little too much baggage even for a law officer. A tricky surprise ending provided by an X-ray feature concludes this new chapter in the Connelly canon.
mural is on the outside wall of the Old Brutus Historical Society
Musem. This 11' x 26' mural was painted by Dawn Jordan of Weedsport,
NY. The mural depicts the Erie Canal of the early 1900s. The
location depicted in the mural is just down the road on Erie Drive
(Route 31), facing towards the traffic light. The Erie Canal would
have run behind the buildings where you now see Route 31. The bridge
connected Brutus Street where the traffic light is now located .
Several of the buildings can still be seen today. The steam powered tug
which is shown had to lower its smoke stack so it had the clearance
needed to get under the bridge. The Historial Society Museum is
located at 8943 North Seneca Street (Route 34) in Weedsport, NY.
This is a great read. At one time this was the definitive biography of Henry David Thoreau, but with the passage of time while still a touchstone, plus an indispensable resource, is best supplemented with other more current resources.
The convenience of Joe's injuries allow him to avoid telling Lindsay the truth regarding his departure. This along with the lack of a big finale might put some Women’s Murder Club readers off. But overall James Patterson with help from Maxine Paetro continues the series.
Willie does not allow professional press photos at his show.
Lakeview Amphitheater - Margo Price on the screen - lawn seating
Willie Nelson - Set List Whiskey River Still Is Still Moving to Me Beer for My Horses (Toby Keith cover) Good Hearted Woman (Waylon Jennings cover) If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time (Lefty Frizzell cover) Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys (Ed Bruce cover) Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground On the Road Again Always on My Mind (Brenda Lee cover) Shoeshine Man (Tom T. Hall cover) It's All Going to Pot (Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard cover) Georgia on My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael & Stuart Gorrell/Ray Charles cover) Georgia on A Fast Train (Billy Joe Shaver cover) Jambalaya (Hank Williams cover) Hey Good Lookin' (Hank Williams cover) Move It On Over (Hank Williams cover) Still Not Dead Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die (with Price and My Morning Jacket) I'll Fly Away (hymn, with Price and My Morning Jacket) I Saw the Light (Hank Williams cover, with Price and My Morning Jacket)
Sheryl Crow - Set List
Everyday Is a Winding Road All I Wanna Do Be Myself Long Way Back Alone in the Dark Woo Woo Halfway There Midnight Rider (Allman Brothers cover) Soak Up the Sun
evening Joan and I attended our second play of the 2017 season, Parade at the Preston H. Thomas Theatre in The Merry-Go-Round Playhouse.We took our raincoats but the evening turned out well. Once in our seats we surveyed the crowd which was somewhat near capacity.
If you are fan of Spenser novels, this effort by Ace Atkins (who is not Robert B. Parker) will keep your interest. Plus Hawk is back in the action. But Atkins seems to espouse politically correct attitudes that Spencer might object too.
On the jacket, James Patterson claims that this is his best work in 20 years. The title provides the question, where is it? While the wordy plot becomes long in the tooth, the ending saves the day. Patterson fans will not be disappointed.