Trying to send Steve home from work because he's not feeling well. He's just a stubborn frickin' person, is what he he is.
Tonight I have the return of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "Bouncing Back":
Coulson has renewed resolve to end Hydra following his trip to Maveth. Elsewhere: Daisy and Mack form a team of secret warriors to protect powered people and continue to search for Inhumans amidst growing public worry and a new enemy surfaces.
They've been on hiatus since before Christmas (Agent Carter was having their mid-season showing).
I'm currently reading MURDER ON WASHINGTON SQUARE by Victoria Thompson. This is 4th of 19 featuring Sarah Brandt, a midwife in turn-of-the-20th-century New York City.
Sarah Brandt is surprised when the son of her superstitious next door neighbor asks for her professional advice. She is even more surprised to learn mild-mannered Nelson Ellsworth has a mistress and has gotten her with child. When the young woman later turns up dead under the infamous hanging tree in Washington Square, Nelson is the prime suspect. Sarah knows he must be innocent, and she enlists the help of her friend, Detective Frank Malloy, to help her find the real killer.When the crime becomes public knowledge, Sarah and Frank must battle a legion of scandal mongering newspaper reporters who are intent on trying and convicting Nelson before he has even been charged with the crime. With the help of Nelson’s mother and an ambitious reporter, Sarah must prove that, in this case at least, the victim may have been the victimizer.
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