I’ve mentioned before in this blog that I’ve been reading Carola Dunn’s Daisy Dalrymple series out of order, and that continues to be the case. (Side note: does anyone else see the name “Carola” as “Crayola”? Just me then? OK.) Today’s book is set in the days before Daisy and Alec get married, when Daisy is just Miss Dalrymple, and when she’s just Aunt Daisy to her soon-to-be step daughter, Belinda. This book features dinosaurs, dethroned nobles, jewel theft, and a murder, all of which just thrilled my inner hipster to little bacon-scented pieces.
I’ve been reading Carola Dunn’s Daisy Dalrymple mystery series for a year or so, and because I get the books from the Ohio Digital Library, I have not been able to read them in any sort of order. I believe I read the first two or three the way they were intended, then jumped around a bit in the middle. Read more
I’ve been on a 1920s –themed reading kick for the past ten years, so when I saw the name “Zelda Fitzgerald” pop up on a list of books that all women should read, I immediately put on some sweatpants and located an e-book version. Read more