In the middle of, The House at Riverton. I'm liking it very very much. I love the way Kate Morton writes. My favorite is still The Distant Hours, but this one is quite good as well.
Finished this one right before Christmas. I have had it on my TBR list for a very long time and my sister took note and loaned me her copy. Loved it. Made me wish I could speak to my mother and tell her how sorry I was if I ever treated her as if she didn't know what she was doing when, in fact, she probably knew perfectly well what she was doing, only young people don't understand that.
Want to read this one. Here's a blurb:
Writing under the pseudonym Barbara Vine, Ruth Rendell departs from her famous detective team of Wexford and Burden to tell a gripping tale of family madness. Vera Hillyard is a domineering and possessive woman who strives for obsessive control over a malicious older son, a youngest son who is--or isn't--illegitimate, and her younger sister, Eden, who secretly seeks to escape Vera's grasp and instead provokes a murder. This winner of the 1986 Edgar Award for best mystery novel belongs to the genre of old murders reconsidered and the question of who did what to whom and why is teasingly left unresolved.
And I have this one in my stack
Here's the blurb:
However, before I can sink into another book, I have lots of other stuff waiting on me. Perhaps if I print out the book covers and hang them on my wall, they'd give me the motivation to get through everything???