And thus begins his journey into writing the kind of mystery novel that he remembered reading as a boy!
It’s a journey filled with snacks, disappointments,delights, and lists. I have to mention I love the gratitude list at the end of the book! Gratitude really is a beautiful attitude!
I love the Mr. Putter series. The character development is exquisite and, necessarily, very economic. The characters are 3D and not dumbed down. The plots are tender, fun, touching. But this one in particular grabbed me because I related to Mr. Putter finding so many other things to do beside write.