Tuesday, January 19, 2016

I just really missed you

I'm currently reading MURDER ON GRAMERCY PARK by Victoria Thompson. 3rd of 19 in series featuring Sarah Brandt, a midwife in turn-of-the-20th-century New York City.
At a summons from Detective Sergeant Frank Malloy, Sarah arrives at the elegant home of famed magnetic healer Edmund Blackwell to find his wife in labor—and the good doctor dead from an apparent suicide. Only Malloy sees what no one else wants to: that Blackwell was murdered in his own home… After a successful delivery, the Blackwell baby falls mysteriously ill. Relying on her nurse’s training and woman’s intuition, Sarah discovers the source of the baby’s sickness—and discovers a scandal that leads Malloy’s investigation down a gilded path paved with greed, deception, and desire…

Published in 2001, it has 336 pages.

Tonight I have the season premiere of Agent Carter, "The Lady in the Lake":

After moving to Los Angeles to aid the West Coast branch of SSR, Peggy investigates a strange homicide in which the body glows and emanates cold. The case leads to ramifications that could wreck her career and impact those who are near and dear to her.
I'll probably also watch The Flash as well.

I'm into season two of my binge watch of Revenge. Ah the juicy evil tangled webs.

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

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