The Window Trail by JJ Rusz
I haven't finished last week's book yet; it is full of information that takes some thought and sometimes backtracking a page or two. It is extremely interesting to me, as I search every photo to see if one or both of my parents might have been in camera range. Living and working among the crowds, high rents (if you could find living space to rent), shortages and rationing must have been true culture shock for my mother who was raised on a Nebraska farm, and my father from small town Nebraska.
Last week's book is also a paperback, and I prefer to be able to slip my Kindle into my purse for appointments, waiting, etc. So I started The Window Trail (see photo above) because it is on my Kindle. This one is set in Texas (my home state) in the Big Bend National Park area. Readers who know me IRL know that I