Hi! Welcome to another Five for Friday. This week will be Books with June in the Title.
“June Bug” is the second in the Murder-By-Month Mysteries by Jess Lourey.
I read the first one, “May Day”, and have enjoyed this cozy series, which takes place in a small town in Minnesota.
If you want some heat this summer, “Henry and June” just might be the book. It follows a year of Nin’s life in Paris,
where she lies to everyone and explores her sexuality with people other than her husband.
This is a fictional story of how the book “Goodnight Moon” came to be.
June Anderson has to settler her great-aunt’s estate, including a book store,where she finds letters between her aunt and Margaret Wise Brown.
A wonderful novel where the main character reconnects with her aunt, and herself.
I have not read this book, but I have added it to my reading list! Blurb taken from Amazon:
Set in the bathroom of an old house just before dawn on a night in June, Centuries of June is a black comedy about a man attempting to tell the story of how he ended up on the floor with a hole in his head. But he keeps getting interrupted by a series of suspects—eight women lying in the bedroom just down the hall. Each woman tells a story drawn from five centuries of American myth and legend in a wild medley of styles and voices.
This book sounds like all kinds of interesting. Cameron Dodds is a writer who works at a drug and alcohol treatment center,
so he can get inspiration for his stories. When he finds a patient hanged in a closet, he assumes his identity.
He seeks out the person’s mentally challenged sister, and begins to find out truths that will challenge his beliefs.