[Tweeters] Another good Read

Lonnie Somer mombiwheeler at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 09:46:50 PDT 2020


My all time favorite birding-related mystery is "The Birdwatcher" by
William Shaw. I recently finished a non-mystery fiction book titled
"Border Songs" in which the protagonist is a birder. It's by Washingtonian
author Jim Lynch, set in Blaine, which was a fun read.

Lonnie Somer
Seattle

On Sun, Mar 29, 2020 at 8:39 PM Hans-Joachim Feddern <thefedderns at gmail.com>
wrote:


> Here is another book I recently read, you might enjoy: "A Siege of

> Bitterns" by Steve Burrows - also on the Birder Murder Series. It is a

> murder mystery dealing with a police inspector - a born Canadian and a

> birder - being assigned to a small town in The Norfolk Marshes of England.

> He investigates a murder and suspects birdwatching lists have something to

> do with it.

>

> --

> *Hans Feddern*

> Twin Lakes/Federal Way, WA

> thefedderns at gmail.com

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