Kyle Mills once again delivers Mitch Rapp in a complicated web of intrigue. Thank you, Kyle, for keeping Vince Flynn’s “Mitch Rapp” alive. Great book!
I was so in hopes that this young, new author would have the same skill-set as her mother, Janet Evanovich, and was looking forward to a really funny book. That didn’t happen, but she did write a nice story that would be great as the next new “Chick-Flick.”
I got stopped by a Maryland State Trooper the other day for doing 68 in a 55. Based on radar, so who am I to dispute it? Luckily, I had my seat belt on, my registration and license handy and was wearing my glasses as my license demands. He was very nice, as was I. He told me when he checked my record there were no points for the last 7 years. I told him there were no points in the past 30 years! I got off with a warning. Lucky me.
While doing some grocery shopping yesterday, I picked up a quart of homemade cream of chipped beef. The price tag said, $14.99. I asked the clerk if this was a mistype. She laughed and said, “No. That’s the right price.” I put it back on the shelf, still shivering with disbelief, and proceeded to another aisle where sticker shock followed me around, aisle after aisle. I guess I’ll be shopping at Dollar General-type stores. The prices are low. Then, when you need produce, fresh baked goods and meats, a trip to the grocery store is in order.
The media has come a long way from when they were respected and trusted. Now they stoop to making up the news themselves. I can see why President Trump doesn’t want to have much to do with them. In his shoes, I wouldn’t either. Making up news reminds me of the propaganda the Russian community used to get – don’t know if they still do, but it is so sad that propaganda has made its way into the U. S.
This man is smart. He is not allowing the press to interview him so they can distort what he said much less what he meant. I remember when the press was neutral when reporting and only reported the facts. So much for that. I am so sick and tired of watching the press twist what the new President has done to coincide with the station’s political point of view. By Tweeting, the President knows exactly what the public is learning – and it came right from the horse’s mouth!
I have noticed that many of what I call, “Call Me Now” television ads – direct response to consumer – are required by law to notify consumers of various key points not covered in the audio portion of the commercial. Some had five lines of 6 pt. unreadable text that aired for all of 1 to 2 seconds; some had 1/3 of the screen occupied with this text, still at the 6 pt. type for 1 to 2 seconds; and one I saw had text occupying 2/3 of the screen – yet it was still up on the screen for only 1 to 2 seconds. There is no way the consumer can possibly read that small print to begin with, much less in 1 to 2 seconds. What kind of ridiculous law is this, and doesn’t the FCC realize what a joke this is?
What a winner this one is! Holds your attention. You will have late nights if you choose to read this one. It has an excellent plot, very well thought out, and enjoyable. Don’t miss this one.
This Jack Reacher book, as only Lee Child can write, was excellent except for a brief encounter with beastiality. It was filthy and could have just as easily been left out of the book. Never thought he’d stoop this low. He is already an established author of #1 Best Seller books. He truly didn’t need to do this. I will pass along the book to a friend, but not before warning him of the “trash” within it.
This book had me in stitches. Her sense of humor is outstanding! The way she writes is so easy to read.
Don’t miss this one with Stephanie Plum and her ‘ho friend Lula. Don’t miss the other ones in the Stephanie Plum series, either, all the way back to Book One.