There is not a lot to look forward to these days. No concerts to attend, games to watch, people to comfortably visit. Many of the things that helped fill our days and lives are not available or as available.Circumstances are pulling us more and more into needing to be here now in ways we didn’t need to be here quite so much. I imagine for many of us this is not always a pleasant experience. Those of us who live with others have mostly gotten closer, but not without friction.
A Lesson in Baseball and Murder is the fifth in the Lesson series and, for your money, I think it’s the best. I’m actually going to keep saying that with subsequent books, but as with many things, experience is indeed a great teacher. I’m not a big baseball fan, but I like to go to a game now and then. A lot of people consider baseball to epitomize so much of life that baseball jargon and metaphor have become ingrained in our culture. The previous book, A Lesson in Mystery an