Lens-Artist-PC-106-Autumn

 

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Japanese Maple about two months back.

 

 

Japanese Maple.

 

Agapanthus in Autumn.

 

Hydrangea in Autumn colour

Hydrangea

Japanese Maple.

 

Ginko Tree on Corio Bay

Autumn leaf

 

The best of our Golden Robinias

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:  Autumn

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:  Autumn

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:  Autumn

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:  Autumn

 

Book Review-Private-#1-Suspect


Private #1 Suspect

by

James Patterson

and

Maxine Paetro

Private #1 Suspect was my first James Patterson book this year.  Although I have in the past questioned the amount of input Patterson has in his collaboratively authored books, I still enjoy them.  Private #1 Suspect was no exception to this.  Short sharp chapters made for easy reading, particularly if, like me, you like to ‘finished a chapter’ before turning out the light.

Jack who owns Private Investigations arrives home, showers goes to his room only to find an old flame (Colleen) murdered in his bed.  In the eye of the police, along with some of Colleen’s friends, Jack is guilty of her murder.  And Jack has his own suspect.

 

While trying to clear his name there are murders at a hotel chain to solve.  A member of the mob asks for Jack’s help.  The fact that there is more than one story and complication woven into Private #1 Suspect enhances the story.  James Patterson fans will fall in love with Private #1 Suspect.

Other Goodreads readers have awarded Private #1 Suspect an average of 3.96 stars from 20,046 reviews and 1,084 ratings.

I have rated

Private #1 Suspect

as a solid read.

Private #1 Suspect

can be purchased on-line at 

Booktopia, Fishpond and Amazon