As I have written many times before in this blog, I have a hard time moving away from certain categories of books. That is why, after reading Countess Kate, I immediately started the most recent Flavia de Luce mystery – A Red Herring Without Mustard – by Alan Bradley. Both books have, as their central characters, mischievous little girls that manage to get into trouble at every turn (sometimes it’s their doing, sometimes it’s their bad luck). Both books are set in England, and while Countess Kate is set in the 1800′s, Flavia roamed her little corner of England right after WWII. Both books and both characters are adorable and make for fun, light, easy reading. Maybe I’m stuck in this category because of the recent to-do about the Royal Wedding??