three story house by Courtney Miller Santo:Three thirty-something cousins came together to renovate
The Lion by Nelson DeMille: another one of the five in the John Corey series of which I previously had read two of them. I enjoy the John Corey character, so I think that's what I find so interesting in the books. In this one, John was hunting and being hunted by an old nemesis from 10 years earlier-Asad Khalil, a Libyan terrorist known as "The Lion". The Lion had returned to the United States to finish off killing those who had thwarted him the last time he was in the US, with John Corey being at the top of the list. Good fun mystery.
The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens: this was kind of an interesting one. Joe Talbert was assigned to
Meanwhile, Joe was dealing with his alcoholic mother and his autistic brother who lived with the mother. Joe also was becoming friends (and hoping for more) with his next door neighbor. As Joe worked on his assignment, he shared Carl's story with Lila, his neighbor and they began to wonder about Carl's guilt or innocence. Joe became more convinced that Carl was innocent and wanted to prove it before Carl died.
On top of that, Judd had recently learned that his wife had been having an affair with his boss.
So for seven days the siblings and mother are in the house together. Old resentments and secrets began to come out, as the family attempts to learn to live together for the week.
It's a good book....much about love and marriage and family, but really funny.