Author Topic: Judgment, by Joseph Finder  (Read 3265 times)

bobmrg

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Judgment, by Joseph Finder
« on: July 06, 2019, 01:57:19 pm »
Finder does i again, with more plot twists an turns than an octopus convention. The protagonist is a judge...I can't reveal more than that.

Becke Davis

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Re: Judgment, by Joseph Finder
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2020, 12:57:24 pm »
Finder does i again, with more plot twists an turns than an octopus convention. The protagonist is a judge...I can't reveal more than that.

I love your description - now I keep trying to picture an octopus convention! I've read a couple of his books - need to read more.

Just started Michael Gilbert's ANYTHING FOR A QUIET LIFE when Louise Penny's new book arrived. Now I'm torn. Since the Michael Gilbert book is pretty short, I might go ahead with that one and save Louise Penny for the long weekend. I've also been saving a couple Michael Stanley "Kubu" books, another Con Lehane 42nd Street Library book, an old Ruth Rendell and a couple Martha Grimes books I'd missed.

No plans for the weekend but we're going on a short getaway later next week.

What are you reading, or planning to read? Anyone doing anything exciting over the long weekend?