Despite my work and traveling schedule, I have managed to finish a few books:
One For The Money by Janet Evanovich (as always - great - the first in the series of Stephanie Plum, bounty hunter.)
A Year In The Merde by Stephen Clarke (comical insights of the cultural differences between French and British).
Out to Pasture: But Not Over The Hill by Effie Leland Wilder (this author wrote her first novel at 80!!!!)
I returned to the library the book I had started about Edith Piaf. The book was very long and I would probably have to renew it several times, so I decided to check it out later when I can do it justice.
I am reading several books right now. One is "Atop An Underwood" which are edited writings from Jack Kerouac.
I had borrowed James Lee Burke's latest ("The Tin Roof Blowdown") from the library, but had only started it and it was due back. Someone had put a hold on it so I couldn't renew it. I just ordered my own copy from Amazon.