"The Lincoln Lawyer" was a book club pick timed to coincide with an appearance of the author at the local Jewish Community Center. I generally partake of romance and literary fiction. I can't remember the last crime mystery I read, so this was a bit of an adventure for me. I have to add that it is impossible for me to write about this book without including my impressions of hearing Michael Connelly speak because his interview so strongly influenced how I felt about the book after reading it.
Monday, April 18, 2011
Monday, April 11, 2011
I was recently in New York City for my daughter, Elizabeth’s, first visit. Of course we had to go see a Broadway play and we chose “Billy Elliot.” For those of you who are not familiar with the play, it is about a boy who lives in the North of England in a coal mining town. It is the type of town where men are men and everyone pretty much expects to live and die mining coal. Billy stumbles upon a ballet class and realizes that he has a gift. The story is about his journey to become a ballet dancer. It was a fun play for Elizabeth to see as Alex Ko, who played the main character Billy Elliot, is about her age. He had a very different path