Tuesday, July 11, 2017

I don't know, man. Stuff, I guess.


Starvation Heights: a true story of murder and malice in the woods of the Pacific Northwest by Gregg Olsen. A paperback true crime from an event in 1911 where a quack starved some wealthy Brits.


Two Nights by Kathy Reichs. I recently read something about Reichs. Something to do with her full time doctoring or pathologizing job. Heck, if I remember what that was.

Beautiful Tempest by Johanna Lindsey. I always have trouble spelling beautiful.

The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham. I broke the pinkie finger metacarpal in my right hand three weeks ago. My hand hurts and typing is a bit slower.

Some Kind of Hero by Suzanne Brockman. I don't recall if I mentioned the bicycle wreck that resulted in the busticated hand. I did not know of the break until last week when I had an x-ray.

The Nearness of You by Dorothy Garlock. I did not have an x-ray at my first appointment after the wreck because my shoulder hurt more and the hand was still so swollen. All the swelling prevented much movement and concealed the bulge from the break.

Tornado Weather by Deborah E. Kennedy. The break is not too bad and mostly healed after three weeks so the doctor said, "Do occupational therapy and we can probably avoid surgery." I'm not too positive about that but we'll see. I just want my hand to work and not lose strength or range of motion.

Down a Dark Road by Linda Castillo. My injured shoulder has also stopped me from swimming. The shoulder is very much improved so if I keep doing light exercise maybe it will be equally improved in another three weeks.

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