I am starting to re-read a favourite series of mine by Mike Martin. I’ve been enjoying the Sgt Windflowers books since they first came out.
This series is set in Newfoundland RCMP officer stationed in Grand Bank. I really enjoy a story that gets you hooked right at the beginning .. and this one does just that. Visual descriptions of locations give you an feel for Newfoundland.
I’ve finished all the library books I have signed out and since libraries are closed have been borrowing ebooks to keep me going. I’ve also been doing a lot of cleaning and the set of bookshelves was one of the jobs. While taking down books to dust I decided to restart this series. Reading an ebook on my iPad is okay, but I love the feel of an actual book in my hands.
Sgt. Windflower Books:
- The Body on the T
- The Walker on the Cape
- Beneath the Surface
- A Twist of Fortune
- A Long Ways from Home
- A Tangled Web
- Darkest Before Dawn
- Fire Fog and Water
- A Perfect Storm
- Safe Harbour
- Buried Secrets
- Dangerous Waters
- All That Glitters
Above is the list of books by Mike that I’ve reviewed and I can’t wait to get started again and get reacquainted with the characters in these books.
The first one is off the shelf, The Walker on the Cape, and ready for my afternoon reading times. I love the lighthouse on the cover and had to photograph it with a sand lighthouse that was purchased many years ago from the south coast of England and filled with coloured sand. I love lighthouses and have lots of display in the house and in the garden.
During this period of social distancing we have set aside a time each day to read. It is important to have a routine. I exercise each morning, walk around the garden, have some computer time, do jig saw puzzles, paint rocks, craft, and knit. What is your routine?
What are you reading at the moment?