Tuesday, March 15, 2016

On the phones ...

I sent our receptionist to the walk in clinic this morning ... turns out she's got early shingles. Ack! I've had that; damn it hurts. So she's contagious and not coming back today.

Currently reading THE STICKLEPATH STRANGLER by Michael Jecks. This is 12th of 32 in series featuring Simon Puttock, medieval West County bailiff, and Sir Baldwin Furnshill, ex-Templar Knight, in Devon, England.
As the summer of 1322 brings sun to the Devonshire countryside, it seems that the small village of Sticklepath is destined to remain in darkness. An afternoon of innocent adventure becomes one of gruesome terror when two playmates uncover the body of a young girl up on the moors. The body is that of ten-year-old Aline, who had gone missing six years earlier. When Sir Baldwin Furnshill and his friend Simon Puttock are called to the scene to investigate, they soon discover that Aline is not the only young girl to have been found dead in recent years. It seems that the villagers have been concealing not only a serial killer, but a possible case of cannibalism. Or, if the rumors are to be believed, a vampire.
Published in 2001, it has 320 pages. 

Tonight I have Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "The Inside Man":

Coulson and General Talbot are forced to team up and attend a symposium on Inhumans, where they believe Malick has an inside man, but a surprising traitor is revealed.
 Last night, I didn't stay up for the whole episode, but we had this lovely image to get us through the week:

Steve stayed home not feeling well so the boys will be ok when I don't get until after work.

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

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