I’m joining Rose City Reader as she encourages fellow bloggers to share the beginnings of a book we are reading.
I’m reading a new book with an interesting name: Midnight At The Bright Ideas Bookstore by Michael Sullivan. I’m only a few chapters into it, but already its a page-turner. Here’s how thew book begins:
Lydia heard the distant flap of paper wings as the firs book fell from its shelf. She glanced up from the register, head tilted, and imagined that a sparrow had flown though an open window again and was circling the store’s airy upper floors, trying to find its way out.
So far I’m impressed with the writing in this book.It’s hard to believe this is a debut novel for Michael Sullivan. This seems to be both good literature and a good mystery.