Friday, September 17, 2010

Snapea Crisps

After finishing with the vampires in preparation for my doctor's appointment next week, DH took me to Sprouts (who have opened a store just down the road from us...YEA). I love them as they are so nice to me when it come to helping me pick the best of the best fruit!

While whizzing around the store, I came to am abrupt halt in front of a display of Snapea Chips...original flavor baked made by Calbee Snack Salad.  Isn't that a good looking product? And it looks like it should be crunchy. And I was craving a good salad with lots of textures. So I bought a bag. I recommend you break them up when using in a salad.

These are so good! Even without the salad or dip or anything! But I have to warn you...very addictive! I looked them up on the web, you can see all their products here.

No, I am not getting any rewards from Sprouts or Calbee....but I do so like both!

The Postcard Killers

The Postcard Killers   by, James Patterson , Liza Marklund
OK, so I have no patience! but after I loaded it, I just had to start listening to it. Besides, having dumped my butt (no bounce) onto the ground twice yesterday, I needed something to distract myself from my pain filled self. This was a was an excellent distractor!

The story is about a very attractive couple who attract other couples only to gruesomely kill them. One victimized couple consisted of the only daughter of a New York cop. He will travel Europe to find the killers. Along the way he is joined by a Swedish reporter. 

I know that doesn't sound very exciting, but trust me, if it can draw me in and keep me interested more in the story than my pain filled body, it is a hell of a story! The murders are horrific but you mostly know that from the reactions of the finders which keeps the goriness to a minimum. 

I also liked listening to this book because I did not have to struggle with foreign words and names and accents as the 3 narrators did such a great job!

O, I did check, The Postcard Killers is available at as well as in Kindle format as well as wherever you get your paper copies.

I must thank Hachette Book Group for sending me this book for review! Especially as they know it will have no bearing on my review.