Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Finished Two Books


Dancing with Statues

Miguel is a lawyer who comes to Northern Ireland to take statements and do research re. a terrorist bombing years ago for The Tribunal investigating it.

Laura is a school teacher who had a pretty dull existence caring for her father who has not left the house since his wife's suicide a few days after the bombing.

Miguel and Laura connect and they both start healing from the past and moving forward with their lives.

An engrossing and enjoyable journey.



And:

The story of a working Australian Cattle dog and a day on the ranch when things get out of hand with a rogue bull and she fights for her life and that of her friends. Charming!


Terri

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