I think things are settling down here at home. The people building across the street are still driving us crazy. It defies logic, can't describe it. Otherwise, the RV is repaired, the deceased cat has been handled (thank you Southern RV) and I'm trying new recipes. It's good to be home after all those shenanigans.
Loki's DNA Test from Embark was received and sent off last week. It will be interesting to see what breeds he has in his lineage. He was advertised as a min-pin chihuahua mix but he's way too big for either of those breeds.
I'm guessing some dachshund and Doug says a bit of beagle.
We are watching the very active Atlantic storm systems whirling around right now. Thoughts go out to those in Canada who are experiencing the flooding and loss of electricity. We had our bad turn with Hurricane Michael years back and it isn't a party.
Also keeping an eye on the storm Ian as it sets a path for Florida. We have family in Tampa and hope Ian doesn't make an appearance. Or near Lee county either (be careful JoAnn!) Now it looks like we may get it at a category 2.
If he died on the English side of the lake Detective Leo Brady will take over the investigation. If it's the Welsh side D.C. Ffion Morgan handles it. The two end up working together and I loved the dialogue, the Welsh language interspersed and the fantastic twist of events at the end. Every person in this book has a secret, including the detectives.
Thank you to NetGalley for the advanced readers copy of this novel.
The Last Party by Clare Mckintosh will be published November 8, 2022 by Sourcebooks Landmark Publishing. Genre: General Adult Fiction. Mystery as well (in my opinion). I will definitely be reading more by Mackintosh.