Spring flowers and good books...
It's been a beautiful sunny day here in Teesdale, just the right day for a spot of gardening. Hence the photos, pansies are some of my favourites and they really looked their best in the midday sunshine. So the afternoon was spent doing a spot of weeding , this was after my trip to the library. I was looking for non-fiction sewing books but they seem to be scarce so the crime novels it had to be----
'August Heat' by Andrea Camilleri. A new author to me but the sleeve sounded good --'A secret apartment and a grisly find in an old trunk are just the beginning...'
'The Guilt of Innocents' by Candace Robb.Here is a good storyteller. The year 1372, York, a drowned man but was it an accident. Owen Archer, the Bishop's Captain solves the mystery.
'Day the floods came' by Agatha Raisin by M.C. Beaton. The body of a woman dressed in a wedding dress is found floating down the river. Agatha to the 'rescue'.
I also got an audio book, 'Agatha Raisin and the Vicious Vet'(just the right reading for a farmer's wife, lol!)
So when I will start these I don't know as I am in the middle of another sewing project for my grandaughter and there still is the odd lamb to be born and sheep to feed...
Hope you are all having a relaxing weekend!