No. 13 was a big departure from my usual.
A co-worker was recently thinning her collection, and I snagged several that looked intriguing. Lydia's Party by Margaret Hawkins was one of them.
It was interesting. It's about a woman - Lydia - prepping for her annual girlfriends' dinner party. The chapters go back and forth between Lydia and her guests, and we learn about each middle-aged woman and their history individually and as a group.
I can't say I loved it - it was a bit depressing. But I did enjoy following their journey through the party, life and death.
Now back to my mysteries... :)