He’s My Brother

Linda Barnes

It’s a dead certainty that more than once I’ve sworn to read more “real” books and less, well, fluff.

Fluff keeps winning.

My hairshirt is at the cleaners so for now I’ll confine myself to the story at hand. Once again we find ourselves Continue reading


For Daddy’s Girl

The Snake Tatoo
Linda Barnes

One of the things I like to tell myself about the years I spent learning I wasn’t cut out to be an engineer is that I learned the value of efficiency. Now, it strikes me that I’ve been confusing efficiency with economy. That’s no Continue reading