Currently reading HONOR AMONG ENEMIES by David Weber. This is 6th in the Honor Harrington space opera series. Here's a description:
For Captain Honor Harrington, it's sometimes hard to know who the enemy really is. Despite political foes, professional jealousies, and the scandal which drove her into exile, she's been offered a chance to reclaim her career as an officer of the Royal Manticoran Navy. But there's a catch. She must assume command of a ''squadron'' of jury-rigged armed merchantmen with crew drawn from the dregs of her service and somehow stop the pirates who have taken advantage of the Havenite War to plunder the Star Kingdom's commerce. That would be hard enough, but some of the ''pirates'' aren't exactly what they seem . . . and neither are some of her ''friends,'' For Honor has been carefully chosen for her mission—by two implacable and powerful enemies. The way they see it, either she stops the raiders or the raiders kill her . . . and either way, they win.
Published 1996, it has 556 pages. This is on my Kindle.
We have a Friends of the NRA thingy tomorrow and then of course Superbowl on Sunday. I'm not cheering for anyone; I really don't care. I will be watching the commercials and the Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet channel.
It's supposed to get cold and possibly some snow this weekend.
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