Catalogue of Death (Miss Zukas #10)
At last, construction begins on a new library for Bellehaven, a gift of Franklin Harrington, scion of old Bellehaven money, and one of the locally famous Harrington triplets. But when a freak snowstorm hits, Bellehaven is brought to its knees. Not so Miss Helma Zukas who is at her post, dispensing library information, overseeing wayward employees, and soothing a busload of...more
That aside, "Catalogue of Death" is an amusing read. Someone...more
Enjoyable visit to Bellehaven with Helma, Ruth and the rest of the gang.
Her relationship with Wayne Gallant picks up, but Boyd Bishop is interested, too.
I came away with the impression that this tale existed mostly to move things along in the series, kind of like a middle book in a trilogy. It's still good, just not my favorite.
Loved it, as I have the whole series.
I grew up in rural Michigan, greatly influenced by my Lithuanian roots. I'm one of those tedious people who wanted to write stories as soon as I learned to read, but believed I had to leave Michigan first. In fact, I couldn't wait to shake off that Michigan dust! Curiously, everything I write seems to have a connection to Michigan or my Lithuanian heritage.
I now live in the beautiful foothills of