Originally Posted by RPCookin
Working my way through the Joanna Brady series by J.A.Jance. Just started reading "Skeleton Canyon" (#5 in the series).
I really enjoy J.A. Jance RP. All her series are good. My only problem is trying to remember which ones I've already read since she's written so many.
I'm glad this thread resurfaced. I've been reading my usual cheap supermarket novels but thought of it as I read the latest grocery store find.
It was "Palace of Treason" by Jason Matthews.
Good read if you like spy thrillers. What made me think of this thread is that at the end of each chapter he includes a semi - recipe of a food mentioned in that chapter. No Tsp's of or cook this way or that involved. Just a list of ingredients and general description of preparation.
Some made me want to experiment with some of them.
I've also been living in the past with a few old books I've kept around as the wanna read someday.
One that has gotten read was "Men and Volts at War" by John Anderson Miller.
Copyright 1947 General Electric Company.
One I'm sure my father got as an employee and I don't know if he ever read it or not.
It was rather interesting with many interesting pictures. It told in a company biased way how involved the civilian workforce was in the war effort, Some of the things they developed and to what extent they were involved in technological advancements of the times.
Keep reading folks.
It's much better then the boob tube
And fiction is fiction no matter what the source.