Private Paris by James Patterson Amalgamated Writing Services and Mark Sullivan.
At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier. My typing is worse than usual this morning. The novel is about a frontier family in Ohio and California. Chevalier's author photo was taken with a white background.
The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon. Another Commissario Brunetti mystery set in Venice. Maps are printed inside the front covers. Maps are cool.
Property of a Noblewoman by Danielle Steel. Romance. I always think Steel has an "E" on the end.
Two If By Sea by Jacqueline Mitchard. Mitchard used to live in Madison. If I remember correctly she moved to Massachusetts after an "investment manager" turned out to be a dirty thief. Mitchard is also a coffee fan. Novel's plot: U.S. vacationer in Brisbane loses his family in a tsunami but rescues as boy. Man takes Boy back to US.
Audiobook on CD
The Steel Kiss by Jefferey Deaver. 13 CDs at 14.5 hours. Police detectives pursue killer.
Overdressed: the shockingly high cost of cheap fashion by Elizabeth L. Cline. Page 203 says, After trying on everything at home, I decided to keep the shorts, and cast the rest back into the secondhand waste stream by donating them to a thrift store.