On a happier note, in terms of reading, I pulled A Share in Death by Deborah Crombie from the TBR shelf (paper). It is/was her debut novel. It’s not quite a cozy mystery, especially since the main characters are actual inspectors/detectives, but it’s much less violent and graphic than a lot of the more recent suspense I’ve tried. (Has the gore factor gone up?) I guess most readers would call it a traditional English detective novel. It worked for me well enough that I’ll be checking out the rest of the series with Inspector Duncan Kincaid and DS Gemma James.