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Comments for Rugged Water
Last night I was in Dublin for the monthly BookCrossing meeting. This meeting ran longer than the previous two as we took a while getting started. I released a half dozen books and came home with four. I'm hoping to read through the books I've brought home from previous meetings.
Speaking of reading, I like to have a selection of books going at one time, though I usually concentrate most of my efforts on one of the books. My current main book is Rugged Water by Joseph C. Lincoln. In it, a close knit community of lighthouse workers try to figure out what went wrong in a rescue mission of a stranded boat during a storm. The captain of the on duty crew's hesitation lost precious time and now the others need to figure out why he hesitated and if it was for criminal reasons.
Lincoln's books always take me a while to get into them, usually the first eighty to a hundred pages. I'm now just past the halfway point and the plot has really picked up. I'll probably be finished with the book by the weekend.