I always enjoy A. Delaware and Milo!
. . . . Sometimes more than others. This reading was my eighth "Milo and the Doc" in a row. . . every now and again I like to start at the beginning and do a favorite author / favorite fictional character / favorite (currently) period of European history binge-reading . . . 'til I can take no more! That I am giving Kellerman 4 stars suggests this binge is at its end. Yeah .... He is generally a five star guy..... And, Bad Love is one of his better early works. Bless him. . . And Dame Agatha, Rex Stout, Anne Perry, Peter Gay, Alexander Dumas, Bernard Cornwell (capable of satisfying the favorite fictional characterS & period of history cravings --- as well as being an extraordinary wordsmith), Colin Dexter. . . I could go on. . . But, not for long! It is truly the greatest reward for surviving into old age and peeking into early onset "today is what !?" . . . To be able to pick up a treasured book ------ knowing I've read it many times . . . possibly as recently as the last two or three years ------ and read it without a viable clue as to its ending ------ THAT is happiness! May whatever deity you bow before bless the fates that allow me this sumptuous pleasure . . . while, at the same time, letting me remember the way to the bathroom. Thank you .... again .... Mr. Kellerman.