My October Reads

We’ve had an unusually warm fall here on the west coast and a dry one too. My hometown of Victoria, a few hours south of us, has experienced the driest 90-day period since records began in 1898. While most of us have loved the endless summer weather (some have taken to calling it Augtober), virtually everyone also recognizes that rain is badly needed. Water levels are so low that salmon have had trouble spawning in some areas, and western red cedars and Douglas firs are also stressed. Thankfully, rain is forecast for Friday. I’m looking forward to it, not only for the environmental relief it will provide but for the opportunity to get out of the garden and into my reading corner. So here’s what I’m reading this month.

The Kitchen Front by Jennifer Ryan

The Last Good Funeral of the Year by Ed O’Loughlin

Mad Honey by Jodi Picoult and Jennifer Finney Boylan

Books read to date in 2022: 67

4 thoughts on “My October Reads

  1. I have “The Kitchen Front” on order at the library. I first met Jennifer Ryan in “The Chilbury Ladies Choir” Loved it, so then read “The Spies of Shillington Lane.” There is a Jennifer Ryan listed in the library with a whole batch of romances. Do you think it’s the same author?

    1. I do, Alice. I visted her website a few weeks ago and it appears she’s written romance novels as well as the historicals. I’ll have to check out more of her books!

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